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NEM TUDOM A NEVED (Ω VI)

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3.98 | 44 ratings | 4 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1974

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nem tudom a neved (7:38)
2. Addig élj! (3:28)
3. Egyszemélyes ország (2:32)
4. A büvész (4:49)
5. Az égben lebegök csarnoka (2:47)
6. Mozgó világ (4:51)
7. Huszadik századi városlakó (6:17)
8. Tüzvihar (3:53)*

Total Time: 36:15
A remaster version of this album with enlarged contents was published with the title "Tűzvihar - Stormy Fire" in 2001.
* Tüzvihar - Revised version of the same named song from the album "10000 Lépés", only at the CD.

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Line-up / Musicians

- László Benkö / keyboards
- Ferenc Debreceni / drums, percussion
- János Kobor / vocals
- Tamás Mihály / bass
- György Molnár / guitar

Releases information

LP Pepita SLPX 17483 (1975 Hungary)
CD MEGA HCD 17483 (1993 Hungary)

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3.98
(44 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
25%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(52%)
52%
Good, but non-essential (18%)
18%
Collectors/fans only (2%)
2%
Poor. Only for completionists (2%)
2%

OMEGA Nem Tudom a Neved (Ω VI) reviews


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Review by Tom Ozric
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4 stars 'Nem Tudom a Neved' (I Don't Know Your Name) is a wonderful album by Hungarian Hard- Rock/Proggers Omega. Hungary is my folks' home country, so it's cool to hear and actually understand (most of) the lyrics from a non-English band, and most of the music here is superb, even with it's under-production. The vocalist, Janos Kobor, sounds great when he sings Hungarian although he seems to struggle a bit on the English releases. The title cut features a catchy riff with a fast shuffle rhythm, and some sensational (undeniably Wakeman-esque) mini-moog playing from the talented keys-man Laszlo Benko. A simply amazing track to start the album. 'Addig Elj !' (Live Till Then') is more in a pop/rock style with the most engaging playing coming from the keyboardist, a feature of most of the songs here, and that gives the music it's most prog appeal. 'Egyszemelyes Orszag (One Person's Country) is similar to the previous track.

Side two starts with an excellent keyboard riff, and heavy guitars and a catchy bluesy progression - 'A Buvesz' (The Conjurer) is full of searing guitar work from Gyorgy Molnar. 'Az Egben Lebegok' (The Hall of those Fluttering in the Sky - of which the English release of this LP is based) is a sympho-prog track with acoustic guitar and string synth. 'Mozgo Vilag' (Moving World) is a fantastic track, and another prog masterpiece off the album. The arrangement is perfect, with great progressions and masterful symphonic keyboard work. The last track is my favourite off this album, 'Huszadik Szazadi Varoslako' (Townsman of the Twentieth Century) and features more stunning keyboards, tastefully sung vocals, the rhythm section of Ferenc Debreceni (Drums/Perc) and Tamas Mihaly (Bass) almost telepathically lock together and throughout, this composition displays excellent dynamics. What a way to finish the record !! Whilst not particularly complex prog, Omega are a band who should please fans of Uriah Heep, Birthcontrol, Jane etc.

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Posted Thursday, February 01, 2007

Review by Seyo
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars The sixth Hungarian album brings the first true masterpiece of OMEGA progressive rock, a phenomenal title track Nem tudom a neved. An excellent and easily recogniseable and catchy guitar riff and plethora of Moog synths make this composition rank amongst the best in prog music, in general terms. Unfortunately, the rest of the album suffers from inconsistency while the two following songs are hardly more than obvious hard rock fillers. Still, the second side of the album regaines a momentum a bit, sticking back to a more sophisticated prog territory, while the last song Huszadik szazadi varoslako (The 20th Century City-Dwellers) is every bit as good as the opener, having very nice heavy-symphonic sound. Some CD reissues contain a bonus track, a new version of Tuzvihar, which is a spoiler if you ask me.

PERSONAL RATING: 3,5/5

P.A. RATING: 4/5

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Posted Saturday, January 05, 2008

Review by NotAProghead
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4 stars ''Omega VI. Nem tudom a neved'' is an important album in band's career, a transition from more straight rock oriented sound to their most progressive period (Omega VII - Omega IX). Like most Omega albums it shows band's ability to create nice memorable melodies. IMO the album highlights are songs like ''Nem tudom a neved'' (the band usually plays it in concerts till now), aggressive ''Tűzvihar'' (Stormy Fire), wonderful ballad ''Huszadik századi városlakó'' (20-th Century Towndweller) and ''Mozgó világ'' (Moving World).

Not the strongest ever, but unique voice of János Kobor deserves a special mention. It is an important part of Omega instantly recognizable sound, probably even more important than László Benkö's keyboard wizardry and György Molnár's guitar playing.

Recommended.

Note. Better try to find this original CD, because remastered version of the album, called ''Tűzvihar - Stormy Fire'', in general sounds better, but contains mono version of the song ''A büvész''.

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4 stars A beautiful album and sort of a turning point for Omega as a true progresive rock group.This album reflects the early western success of the band as better recording methods are obviouslly evivent. The band was just begining to establish themselves in the west when this Hungarian language LP wa ... (read more)

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