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BORAY

Crossover Prog • Sweden


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Boray is a swedish band lead by Anders Persson. The music shares the atypical Scandinavian sound and best be described as a crossover/pop blend of Bo Hansson and similar musicians such as Paatos. All instruemnts and vocals are played by Anders Persson except on the latest album Mystery where Gunnar Persson assists on vocals.

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Mystery
2011
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Not a Word
2011
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Always the same, Never the same
2013
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Boray's Safe
2013

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Boray Crossover Prog

Review by Beautiful Scarlet

— First review of this album —
3 stars Soundtrack music, very forgettable.

Frogs On The Moon has this chirping sound in it that I guess is are "Frogs" and choral synths with big electric guitar soloing it up for four minutes.

Eat This skips an intro and goes right into what the listener wants. Guitar Solo. At about a minute the song gains a hard rock riff then the guitar plays over it. 30 seconds of piano close the song.

Cosmic Stress is the kind of electronic music you hear in a YouTube 1hr video titled "1 Hour Of This Summers Hottest Electronic Music". Miss me with this. (It's okay)

The Tale Of The Lizards Tail opens with piano and drums/bass, later joined by acoustic guitar. Nice little interlude.

Floj is another electronic tune, more chill then Cosmic Stress and there are bits of acoustic guitar in the background/lead guitar.

Moonshine Girl is aah synth playing over sustained organ, it's kind of cool and on an album that was actually good I might enjoy as a breather between meatier tracks.

Another Day Another Spring sounds like music made by a hack, very poorly arranged in my opinion (the repetitive harp playing the same thing over and over is extremely grating, does not go well at all.

Ghost Story kicks off with a wailing synth because it's a song called GHOST Story, get it? Anyways, that's pretty much all there is to this seven minute long song aside from some cackling in the middle that nearly brings this down to 2*.

Another Pearl For The Swines is synth pads and a bit of piano with some sparse drumming and instruments adding ornamentation.

Cosmic Rain = bells playing the same thing for an eternity + guitar. Some synths replace the guitar at the end.

Victory starts with lead guitar then goes into a neat rhythm with the bass playing lead briefly. It then heads to a bombastic part then repeats this process for a while and ends. Stately.

Overall if you like electronic music you might like this.

Thanks to chris s for the artist addition.

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