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2.78 | 17 ratings | 1 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1- Telarañas
2- Phantom Power
3- Creo que amamos el dolor
4- La gota
5- La estética del resentimiento
6- Hondo II
7- Espíritu inquieto
8- Haciendo real el sueño imposible
9- Domando tormentas
10- Malas noticiasr
11- Supersupersticioso
12- Campos de inconsciencia
13- Gala

Line-up / Musicians

Franco Salvador: drums
Fósforo: bass
Ariel Minimal: vocals, guitar and piano

Pablo Puntoriero: tenor sax and flute
Mario Siperman: keyboards
Gerardo Rotblat: udu drum
Mariano Esain: harmonica and backing vocals

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PEZ Frágilinvencible ratings distribution

(17 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(24%)
Good, but non-essential (29%)
Collectors/fans only (18%)
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Review by ZowieZiggy
2 stars A true prog opening track for this fourth album. But "Telarañas" lasts only for twenty-nine seconds?To be honest with this band whom I was never friendly with so far (not my fault though), is that "Phantom Power" is a delicate and moving tune which sounds very different from their usual hard-punkish fever.

Unfortunately, this is what can be experienced during the noisy "Creo Que Amamos El Dolor" (I think we like pain!). Some sort of a weak punk attitude which is followed by the super dreadful "La Gota".

I guess that their "progressiveness" will see the light later on in their career. Still, this is their fourth album, and so far it is extremely difficult to find one which features the music praised on this site?

This album is better though. It features some additional musicians (sax, keys and flute) who are more than welcome to add some depth to the basic heavy-punk music developed by the core trio.

Some psyche mood can even be experienced during "La Estética?". But on the heavy side. Not too bad though even if the closing part is quite indigestible.

My fave by far is the sweet "Hondo II": excellent fluting (yes I love flute) and quite passionate vocals. This could show a fine orientation for the band. While they are performing like this, no doubt that they are inspired. But it has been too scarce so far in their recordings. Another one of that kind is the nice "Campos De Inconsciencia".

The proof is in the pudding while "Espíritu Inquieto" starts. A very, very heavy rock tune. Argentinean doom. Do we really need this? It might be thrilling but I don't share this passion.

As usual the songs are on the very short edge here and while the basic trio is performing, little is to be expected in terms of their ability to convey some prog feeling. "Malas Noticias" is another example. For your information, this means "Bad News" in Spanish. I didn't write the lyrics?

As I have said, this album is not their worst. I rate it two stars for their solid rocking angle and the (too scarce) addition of guests.

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