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Crossover Prog

1.66 | 13 ratings

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1 stars The debut album from this band from Argentina.

An album released in 1994. It sounds like 1994 because it has soaked up the sounds from that era. The opening track sounds like Rush anno Fly By Night. And there is a lot of early Rush on this album. But the likes of Nirvana, the grunge band led by Kurt Cobain, and Soundgarden also shines through. A bit what today is called post rock also shines through. Most of all, the band sounds like something that has crashed through the door. In full flight that is. Pez makes a lot of noise on this album and very little of this noise has any structure, let alone meaning. The guitar solos are unstructured. The vocals pretty horrible. The bass and drums hangs around and is very loose. In short; this is not an album I want to listen to again to be honest. The album is a free download from their homepage so feel free to discover it yourself.

1.75 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 1/5 |


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