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Crossover Prog

2.86 | 21 ratings

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2 stars Pez returns with the follow up to their pretty dismal debut album.

Somewhere down the line, Pez became a very good progressive rock combo. That is well after they released this album though. An album filled to the brim with neo hard rock with a lot of references to Rush, Primus and King's X. That is, a bit stripped down version of Primus. The emphasis is still on punk and new wave. But a lot better song structures and some very good use of a half acoustic guitars has done wonders for this band. The sound is also very good and the vocals are good too. I have no problems at all with the Spanish vocals. They are in fact one of the best things about this album. It gives this album a large chunk of authenticity. A good thing in my book.

The negative thing is the music in short. Both the style and the lack of any good songs. But this is still a decent album and it is also a free download together with their other albums. Downloads I recommend.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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