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3.30 | 22 ratings | 2 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The King's New Garment - Suite (18:23)
2. Overture Fantasy (9:34)
3. Awakening (4:27)
4. Over The Clouds (5:43)
5. Dance Suite (10:12)
6. Big Run (8:36)
7. Merry-go-round (5:09)
8. The King (8:35)
9. Farewell (1:42)

Total Time: 72:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Bela Ella / keyboards, chorus
- Jusztin Szabo / drums, percussion, bass guitar on 6 and 8, chorus
- Beatrix Ella / flute
- Kitti Ella / cello
- Attila Ella / trombone
- Daniel Ella / oboe
- Miklos Ella / violin
- Gyorgy Demeter & Ildiko Szosznyak / lead vocals
- Laszlo Hetsch / guitar
- Zoltan Gaal & Sandor Csavics / trumpet
- Bela Gyenes / saxophone
- Eva Toth, Zsuzsa Tith, Eva Verocei, Maria Kozo, Edit Farkas & Ildiko Szosznyak / chorus

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RUMBLIN' ORCHESTRA The King's New Garment ratings distribution

(22 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(25%)
Good, but non-essential (40%)
Collectors/fans only (10%)
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Review by Marcelo
3 stars A family Hungarian band making a clasically orientated music. They have two weak points: the "plastic" keyboards sound and the poor drummer's work. Nevertheless, "The King's New Garment" is a nice album, specially the long homonymous suite, where the band shows its best. There are good moments in the other pieces, and the instrumental variety is another enjoyable point, but -to my taste- the whole opus doesn't reach a real bright. I think that, potentially, this production could be increased (specially about the mentioned weak points), but it's still a good option if you like the long instrumental pieces with classic flavour and don't matter about some artificial modern sounds.

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3 stars You have to like classical music to really appreciate Rumblin' orchestra's work. Its influences are even greater than for their compatriots of After Crying. Tracks are divided between classical instruments only and others where drums and synths are included. Although it may seem that these are ... (read more)

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