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Jade Warrior

Psychedelic/Space Rock

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2 stars Although this album is nothing like Horizen, it still strikes me the same way: generic and uninspired. Add repetitious to that. On the other hand, it works as meditative music (the kind to which one does not really pay attention). Just simple synth lines with flute. No percussion and little or no recognizable guitar. I kept my cassette copy but never upgraded to the recent CD issue. No doubt going for the New Age market in the 80's.
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Posted Thursday, May 27, 2004 | Review Permalink
2 stars Following my reviews of Jade Warrior, I arrived to the album "At Peace" appropriate title for the style of music portrayed in the album; three long pieces full of relaxation, peace, flutes, slow guitar riffs, environmental sounds, synthesizers ... at the end, very new age. The album is not bad, but nothing compared to other albums in their discography. Perhaps, the most relevant thing about it is the fact that it was the last album where the legend Tony Duhig, co-founder of the band, participated. He died one year later. So, definitely this album is a must for those Jade Warrior fans, who followed the band since their very first album.
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