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SOLO

Kaipa

 

Symphonic Prog

3.95 | 125 ratings

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voliveira
4 stars 7/10

Like many progressive rock bands Kaipa revamped its sound in the late 70's to seek greater acceptance and your third album titled Solo they supply us with a lot more songs than on previous albums, all of them short, between two and seven minutes. But somehow it turned out to be an advantage for the band, and a guy who had mixed feelings for his debut and did not like to sue the second album, I can honestly say that Solo is where Kaipa finally sets the pace and heads in a direction consistent . One thing worth noting is that the band explored (albeit tentatively) other genres such as blues (Anar Dig) or funk (Funk Frog). My favorite songs here are the opener Den Grevinnan Skrattande and the last, Pa Sys Plan, and in both there is a theme running, giving a sense of linearity to the album, like the one in Genesis made ​​some of his works.

3.5 stars, rounded up.

voliveira | 4/5 |

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