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2 stars Radomir Mihajlovic "Tocak" once said this album had been inspired by a dream, therefore the mystic meaningless title, I guess, and almost all the songs with vocals were sung in a "scat", wordless voice. An interesting experiment you may say (although SMAK had previously used "scat" in several occasions, "Alo" hit-single from album "Crna dama" being the most known example), but quite boring and tiring album to sit through listening. The line-up was the same like on the "Bioskop Fox" with exception of a new bassist, but the overall music is slightly closer back to fusion than its predeccesor. That does not mean it is better though. Only for fans.
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Posted Friday, March 11, 2005 | Review Permalink
5 stars Egregor is still one of my favorite albums.When i started listening to Smak i was totally possessed by them,the sound and everything about there playing.When i went in search of there CD albums i haven't found anything which was from there '70 and '80 period but i found Egregor.I first expected to heare Boris singing ,Zoran playing bass,and Laza playing his Hammond,but instead of them i heare this new line-up! I was amazed by there playing.When i heared Do vazduha ,H-rizl i was tottaly i mean tottaly possessed by this album.
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