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4.05 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Amaru (18:22)
2. El Río Al Amanecer (6:14)
3. Salmo A Cristo (6:02)
4. Semilla (15:14)

Total Time 45:52

Line-up / Musicians

- Sergio Zanabria / percussion
- Pedro Fukuda / guitar, percussion, pan flute, quena, voices, organ
- Carlos Vidal / bass
- Anna Cuadra / violin, percussion, voices
- Paul Saavedra / synthesizer, traverse flute, voices
- Brayan Buckt / guitar, percussion, voices, organ, pan flute, quena

Releases information

Label : Reverb Worship ‎? RW 240,
Cosmic Eye ‎? EYE 002, Inner Islands ‎? II022

Vinyl, LP
Cassette C44

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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant, Crossover & Neo Teams
4 stars What a Peruvian nature danger.

Extreme beauty even in deep mysterious weirdness. Scattered air launched via simple but infernal keyboard shocking riffs should accelerate their fuzzy energetic volcanic eruption. Continual irritable dissonance can get consonant step by step eventually ... cannot realize what be happening there (who knows) ... their eerie eccentricity, oozing with hot blood, has let us know that via the first trip "Amaru" (anyway, this trip may be only a prologue so far, I guess).

We should be completely veiled with something like a sticky ghost from the beginning, and yes, the real eruption gets started after the prologue. Exactly kaleidoscopic nature here and there. Sounds of stream flow, splendid harmony by insects, bird chirping, cool texture of wind ... "beautiful nature" indeed, veiled with weird music fuzz. "Semilla" the last warm resort produced with hearty strings and soft percussive passion, can escort us into another psychedelic green grass. Never polished nor symphonized but well-matured together, every sound has got. The key word should be "harmony with natural beauty", methinks.

All we can say through the whole album is, that they can play mysterious graceful "natural beauty" even based upon discordant psychedelic music agents seasoned with trippy synthesizer, floating flowery flute, simple keyboard oil, and shouts / voices in another space like inner Orient. Every passion drenched in their dreamy fantasy gets enthusiastic aggressively and at last disappears just like a flame of a candle or flower fire upon a sparkler ... and we always feel comfortable into a green air. Why can't we say this phenomenon as a nature danger. Addiction really.

Love it. :)

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