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Equinox Spirits of Freedom album cover
2.28 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A message from Epsilon
2. Escape mental
3. Peligro
4. Searching for tomorrow
5. El color de la sangre
6. Sueños irreales
7. Fall into imaginary world
8. Expreso sideral
9. Spirits of freedom
10. Refugio
11. Escape mental (Radio edit)

Line-up / Musicians

- Alan Pinzón / banjo, stick & vocals
- Jorge Pérez / keyboards & vocals
- Pedro Caicedo / guitars
- Dalys Toruño / vocals
- Iván Canton / drums

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EQUINOX Spirits of Freedom ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(17%)
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Review by Marcelo
2 stars Neo-prog band with some interesting songs but many neo cliches. Electric guitar and synths are the main instruments, and there are some cosmic and atmospheric sounds, remaining sometimes a little bit of PINK FLOYD, adding crazy guitar riffs.

Three negative points: The female singer (Dalys Toruño sings in Spanish and she has a high range, but there's no beauty in her voice), the songs structure (changing music, but not too much elaborated) and the cd sound quality (poor). The album highlights are "El Color De Tu Sangre" and "Fall Into Imaginary Worlds". The homonymous track is nice too.

If you are into neo-prog and want to know a band from Panama, check this out, although my own impression about "Spirits Of Freedom" isn't the best.

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