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3.35 | 10 ratings

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4 stars I knew Senogul through a friend (the guitar player Israel) this last year. When I see them in progarchives, I listened this album again and I discovered various elements that I didn't see before. This album contains five great symphonic songs. I really liked the first song (in two parts): Dr. Gull and Racionalidad. Mellancolic keyboards in the beggining going to solo guitar, drums, bass, more keyboards... So the song is becoming faster and very very exciting. I love keyboards sound between other instruments! "Tango Mango" begins slowly too, but soon becomes a kind of tango-rock (I think they made accordion effects with keyboards!!). "Microcosmos Blues" gives a spacial atmosphere to album, a fusion contribuition (but you can hear other fusion passages in other songs). "Travessa de las Gaivotas" opens to "La Mulata Elétrica" (maybe the best song of album). Between guitar, keyboards, a great progressive climate. Stop to claps and voices, more strong rock and the song ends remembering its beggining. All this album is very good. Long compositions, strong passions.. these guys play with real feeling! I hope they release more and more albums. Tránsitos is not a proto-prog, it's not art-rock or prog-related. Indubitability, it is a true symphonic progressive like seventy ages. Four stars with honour!!!
Prog-Brazil | 4/5 |


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