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Korai Öröm - Korai Öröm (2005) CD (album) cover


Korai Öröm


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.98 | 28 ratings

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4 stars I like the dance approach of progrock. Most of these dancefloor-oriented progbands have a spacerock-background. Most of these bands are either Finnish or Hungarian.

In the Hungarian league we have ColorStar, Kerekeres, Masfel, Korai Orom and many more.

Korai Orom offers a happy mix of balkanmusic, dancemusic, funkrock, jazzfunk, dub, reggae and spacerock. Lots of room for solos and enthic rhythms.

There's not much to be said about this album, because the albumtitle and songtitles don't give much room to discuss. The thing is: this album sounds like a fullblown party. Who says you can't dance and be happy with Progrock?

I condider 2005 to be their best. A nice album to start with.

Kingsnake | 4/5 |


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