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Heavy Prog

3.85 | 16 ratings

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3 stars Practically unknown North-American band GOODTHUNDER ( 6 ratings and only one reviews, until now ) makes a sound between the hard-rock and heavy-prog with influences from Leslie West's MOUNTAIN, DEEP PURPLE and something from URIAH HEEP.The disk in itself presents sime high points. These high points are in the track 1 "I Can't Get Through To You" with a "groovy" rhythm and a very progressive moment which starts about to 1 min 08 sec with an organ "bridge" and end 1min 39 sec with a unison scale played by organ,guitar,bass and drums.,The track 2 "For A Breath" shows a guitar solo that reminds me "Look at Yourself" from Uriah Heep.,The track 6 " P. O . W " starts to a typically oriental theme and progress to a psychedelic flavor and in the track 8 "Barking At The Ants" one of the more progressive moments of whole disk. The other four tracks in the disk isn't bad tracks, but in my vision having a tendency much more to hard rock or blues and are far from the progressive "border lines" . For this balance between the 8 tracks ( 4 close to prog and 4 far from prog ) my rate is the medium note 3 stars !!!
maryes | 3/5 |


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