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1.98 | 18 ratings | 2 reviews | 39% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1- Rompe el alba
2- Lo que se ve no es lo real
3- Introducción declaración adivinanza
4- ...y el barco se llama Ganga Yamuna
5- Edificios (Cavernas 2)
6- Talismán
7- Cortapescuezos
8- Pensar en nada
9- Dios no existe
10- Creo firmemente en la reencarnación y en mi próxima vida seré una hamburguesa con queso
11- Cae y nada pasa
12- La alma de Ana
13- El hombre al que nada perturba
14- Rompo tu piel de asno

Line-up / Musicians

Poli: drums, percussion and backing vocals
Alez: bass and backing vocals
Ariel Minimal: vocals, guitars and backing vocals

Mariano Esain: backing vocals
Fósforo: backing vocals

Releases information

Recorded live on October 17th 1994 in Estudios del Abasto

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PEZ Cabeza ratings distribution

(18 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(39%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(11%)
Good, but non-essential (28%)
Collectors/fans only (6%)
Poor. Only for completionists (17%)

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Review by ZowieZiggy
1 stars I had expected much better things from this Argentinean band.

Their debut album has more to share with (prog) metal than anything else. And to listen to some metal rock sung in Spanish is not a thrilling experience. The mood is at times punkish, at times very heavy (''Lo Que Se Ve No es Real'', ''Cortapescuezos'' or ''Y El Barco?'') but as I have said mostly metal-oriented (''Introducción''? 44El Hombre Al Que?'').

Vocals are generally very weak, without expression and rather noisy. One of the most achieved song is ''Talismán''. A fine and structured composition which combines quieter passages with more rocking ones. At least one does not have to bear these loudly and dispensable shouts (although some parts of this song are digging again in these territories).

Some songs really lead nowhere (''Dios No Existe''). The band is even showing some sense of humour with '' Creo firmemente en la reencarnación y en mi próxima vida seré una hamburguesa con queso'' which means: ''I strongly believe in reincarnation and I'll be converted into a cheeseburger in my next life''! At least, the atmosphere of this song is more peaceful but again vocals are damned weak.

I'm afraid that I won't rate this work pretty high. Heavy-metal rock sung in Spanish. That's basically it. I just don't like this album. One star. For metal heads only.

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1 stars The debut album from this band from Argentina. An album released in 1994. It sounds like 1994 because it has soaked up the sounds from that era. The opening track sounds like Rush anno Fly By Night. And there is a lot of early Rush on this album. But the likes of Nirvana, the grunge band led by ... (read more)

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