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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Toiset Seitsemän Päivää (5:26)
2. Etydi (3:42)
3. Flegmaatikko (7:52)
4. Tahdon Asiaa (4:48)
5. Rantapalloistuminen (4:55)
6. Rytmo I (Eutokia) (2:33)
7. Rytmo II (Aavikkomato) (6:36)
8. Puolestoista Kerta (5:08)
9. Rytmo III (Mihin Hävisi Beduiinin Jalka?) (0:48)
10. Seuraus (4:02)

Total Time 45:50

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Line-up / Musicians

- Ahmed Ahonen / keyboards
- Jukka Packalén / bass, guitar
- Matti Kanerva / drums

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4 stars Finnish band Kumina.org opens their discography with a fine and eclectic effort with "Entropia". Recorded in 2008 and issued early 2009, the ten tracks on this effort wanders freely between jazzrock, fusion and symphonic space-tinged rock, with a few detours towards heavy prog landscapes.

Tight rhythms are a constant feature throughout, and the bass line tends to serve as the foundation for the proceedings rather often. The proceeding being wandering piano themes, various forms of guitar excursions as well as (mostly) vintage sounding keyboards and an organ that more often than not seems to be caught in a serious asthma attack. And for those with language concerns: It is an instrumental effort, so no worries.

The compositions are of good quality too, whether the band are exploring typical fusion territories, flirting with Deep Purple or approaching Floydian universes. A few moments of pure brilliance is found too, in the shape of Etydi and Tahdon Asiaa. A strong effort overall, recommended to those who'd like good quality, instrumental art rock with fusion tendencies.

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