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3.83 | 10 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Magnificense (part I) (3:54)
2. Magnificense (part II) (2:41)
3. Green (4:33)
4. Blue (4:57)
5. Red (5:03)
6. White (5:01)
7. Black (5:20)
8. All The Colours Of Madness (5:20)

Total Time 35:33

Line-up / Musicians

- Nuno Aleluia / vocals, guitar
- Joćo Completo / bass
- Pedro Dinis / guitar
- Diogo Marrafa / guitar
- Vasco Rydin / drums

Releases information

Self-released CD, digital download

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Review by BrufordFreak
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4 stars From Portugal comes this excellent production of melodic Crossover Prog from ESFERA, All the Colours of Madness. Awesome clarity in all instruments and yet so well mixed as to have a very tight blend of really wonderful prog. With the excellent lead singing (in English), I found myself thinking of both TINYFISH and Bruce Sood's PINEAPPLE THIEF and even a little THE MARS VOLTA throughout this album.

Favorite tracks: 3. "Green" (4:33) (10/10); the gorgeous and emotional TMV-like, 5. "Red" (5:03) (9/10); 1. "Magnificence (part I) (3:54) (9/10); the ALANIS MORISSETTE-like 7. "Black" (5:20) (8/10), and; the VIENNA CIRCLE-like 6. "White" (5:01) (8/10).

A solid four star record; excellent addition to any prog lover's music collection.

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