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2.14 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Down On The Road Ahead (3:26)
2. The Golden Chariot (4:56)
3. Until I Found You (3:37)
4. She (3:05)
5. Bridge To Nowhere (1:11)
6. Promises (4:04)
7. Lazaru's Feet (2:29)
8. No Coming Back (2:48)
9. Time Is Running (5:04)
10. On The Judgement Day (3:38)

Total Time 34:18

Line-up / Musicians

- Khadhu / vocals, bass and acoustic guitars
- Khykho / electric & acoustic guitar and vocals
- Bhydhu / drums, percussion and vocals
- Raphael / organ, piano, synthesizers and vocals

Releases information

Release date: November 2013
Label: Self released
Formats: CD & Digital

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CARTOON Unbeatable ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(11%)
Good, but non-essential (44%)
Collectors/fans only (22%)
Poor. Only for completionists (22%)

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Review by ProgShine
COLLABORATOR Errors & Omissions Team
2 stars So, this is the album that I was waiting 5 years to listen?!?

Cartoon was one of the most promissing and interesting Progressive bands in Brazil. All of their albums were weird and at the same time catchy, full of great songs, great melodies and really interesting concepts in their lyrics and stories.

Now, first things first. If you look at this cover and asked yourself: "What the hell, they're Bee Gees now?" Well, I cannot blame you for thinking like that, this cover is trully horrendous and doesn't fit their music AT ALL. At the same time, the band went into a huge change when it comes to their sound, thus the new looks.

Cartoon changed a lot in these last 5 years, they've been trying the big audience, even participating, and going into the finals, in one of those 'Have Talent' kind of shows from the Brazilian TV called Breakout (probably the show is also worldwide, I dunno).

Unbeatable (2013) is not necessarily a horrible album, some 'old' Cartoon songs like 'The Golden Chariot', 'Lazaru's Feet' (the only not written by vocalist bassist Khadhu), 'Time Is Running' and 'On The Judgement Day' show us the good Cartoon and how they could have recorded a very good album.

On the other hand you have songs like 'Until I Found You' (a lame love song), 'She' (that besides the great bass line is just a pop tune), 'Promises' (a The Who ballad), are just unbearable (no pun intended) or simply plan.

But after all, there's no more the once great Prog Rock band, even on the good songs!

A sad continuation for their career, they'll probably find some more fans (not really, they're still singing in English and for Brazilian market this will not work) but we certainly have lost a good band.

If you wanna to comprove my words, you can listen to the whole album (the others too) on their website:

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