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GAZPACHO

Crossover Prog • Norway


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Formed in 1996 in Oslo, Norway - Still active as of 2017

As their name suggests, GAZPACHO are an eclectic mix of ingredients: a bit more accessible than RADIOHEAD, more diversified than MARILLION and more proggy than COLDPLAY. Their original line-up consisted of Jan H. Ohme on vocals, Jon A. Vilbo on guitars, Thomas Andersen on keyboards and Roy Funner on bass. Since their first album in 2002, the band has managed, promoted and produced all of their albums (total of 3).

All are very accessible, made up of tracks averaging 5 minutes, and their commercial potential is undeniable. What strikes the listener on all of them are Ohme's vocals whose soothing, melancholic (almost slurred) voice dominates all tracks; it rises cleanly and clearly above the keyboards and lush (at times roaring) guitars. The drum machine takes some getting used to but gives the music a laid-back, almost trip-hoppy feel. Don't expect any fiery solos or displays of technical skills here: this style falls in that grey area between prog and alternative rock and doesn't claim to be anything more. Altogether moving, intriguing and well produced.

Fans of RADIOHEAD, latter-day TALK TALK and Hogarth-era MARILLION should check these guys out.

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3.41 | 161 ratings
Bravo
2003
3.00 | 151 ratings
When Earth Lets Go
2004
3.30 | 179 ratings
Firebird
2005
4.13 | 660 ratings
Night
2007
4.05 | 534 ratings
Tick Tock
2009
3.78 | 410 ratings
Missa Atropos
2010
4.03 | 474 ratings
March of Ghosts
2012
3.83 | 418 ratings
Demon
2014
3.83 | 239 ratings
Molok
2015
3.73 | 156 ratings
Soyuz
2018
3.98 | 177 ratings
Fireworker
2020

GAZPACHO Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.58 | 69 ratings
A Night at Loreley
2010
4.52 | 74 ratings
London
2011
4.03 | 14 ratings
Fireworking at St.Croix
2022

GAZPACHO Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc)

3.99 | 43 ratings
A Night at Loreley
2009
4.30 | 42 ratings
Night of the Demon
2015

GAZPACHO Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.39 | 9 ratings
Introducing Gazpacho
2015

GAZPACHO Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

2.81 | 29 ratings
Get It While It's Cold (37C)
2002

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 Fireworker by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.98 | 177 ratings

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Fireworker
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by Idaho

4 stars Fireworker is a wonderful album full of sometimes slow keyboards, occasional opera-type vocals, and sometimes featuring violin and mandolin.

It's generally relatively soft and mellow, but that's contrasted with it's heavy moments. This album drips with atmosphere. While I find some of their earlier stuff a bit droning and depressing, I don't find that here. Not to say that there aren't sad moments, but they don't control the album. The music itself has enough variety to keep one's attention. It may get slow but it never gets boring.

Only five tracks, but like a lot of prog, two of them are extremely long. My only complaint is the nature of the vocals. Ohme isn't a bad singer, but I'm not a huge fan of the Radiohead-like vocal style. But everything else shines through, and it makes a great listen. 4 stars.

 Demon by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.83 | 418 ratings

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Demon
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by Idaho

3 stars Moody melancholy, with some fun folk elements. My version of the CD has just four tracks; the Spotify version shows a total of 8 shorter tracks, with the longer songs being broken into multiple parts. Either way, total time is under 46 minutes, so it's a short album. The music itself, despite the wide range of instruments and the variety of genre influences, carries with it a sense of sameness. Most of this is due to the restrained vocals, which contribute to the mood but which don't do much more. I don't dislike the vocals, but they tend to get a bit boring as the album progresses. Comparisons to Radiohead are accurate.

The strongest part of the album is the first track, "I've Been Walking" (Part 1). The music and vocals are less restrained here, more interesting, more variation, more mix of hard and soft. It's a very good song, with some fantastic piano and and violin sections, and the vocals are much more crisp than on the rest of the album. Had the rest of the album been of similar quality, it would have earned four stars. As it is, though, a very solid three.

 Fireworking at St.Croix by GAZPACHO album cover Live, 2022
4.03 | 14 ratings

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Fireworking at St.Croix
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by lukretio

3 stars What to do when you have a whole new live show rehearsed and ready to hit the road, but the entire world goes in lockdown mode and you are forced to cancel all your tour dates? That was the question that Norwegian prog rockers Gazpacho asked themselves when they realized that the tour for their latest studio LP Fireworker was just not going to happen.

Fortunately, Gazpacho are a creative bunch and decided to make the best out of the situation, by recording a show, documented on Fireworking at St Croix, which was a cross between a proper live event and a sort of "behind the scenes" documentary of their rehearsals. The band played a show that was streamed online to the homes of fans, but choreographed as if Gazpacho were playing during one of their rehearsal meetings. So, no big fake light show, no crazy stage antics (not that Gazpacho are renowned for this!), just simple music, played in an intimate setting that offers glimpses into the band's activities away from the limelight.

The concept is certainly interesting, even more so given that the LP captures the band's latest album Fireworker in its entirety (plus a handful of songs from their 2009 masterpiece Tick Tock and "Substitute for Murder" from Gazpacho's second LP). Fireworker is a difficult album, even impenetrable at times, that indulges in the band's cerebral, yet emotive approach to progressive rock and post-rock, with long-form compositions that ebb and flow incessantly, constantly mutate and swell up to big, cathartic climaxes. The intimate setting of the band's rehearsal space is a perfect match to the album's brooding atmosphere, in a way that a regular live show may have risked not to fully capture. The small imperfections of live music further enhance the emotional, at times painfully raw, motif of the album, which is exalted by the heavy distortion of Jon Arne Vilbo's guitar, the small cracks in Jan Henrik Ohme's voice, or the added emphasis on Kristian Torp's bold basslines.

At the same time, it is hard not to miss the energy and electrical atmosphere that runs through the stage when a band plays live in front of a crowd. Vibes are perhaps excessively sedated on this record, which can be especially taxing when combined with the cerebral and difficult nature of the material from Fireworker.

Ultimately, I view Fireworking at St Croix more as an "augmented studio album" than a proper "live album". If you loved Fireworker and want to listen to it in an edgier context than its original studio recording, this album is for you. If you are instead looking for an album that properly captures the live essence of Gazpacho, you'd be better advised to turn to their 2010's A Night at Loreley or 2011's London albums.

 Fireworker by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.98 | 177 ratings

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Fireworker
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by Dapper~Blueberries
Prog Reviewer

5 stars I talked about Gazpacho before with Night, but I wanted to do another review for them since I think they are one of the best contemporary Prog rock groups of our generation. I have never been disappointed by any of their releases so far, and while I may think some albums are better than others, I cannot deny that they are a really high quality band that deserves a lot of recognition. Their eclecticism and forward thinking movements lets them be an amazing band and one that I think any Prog fan should try out. That said, I gotta hand it to them, their latest album from 2020, Fireworker, is a hold no bars fistful of their brilliant executions of music, and one that deserves all the praises it can get.

This album has been a bit of an obsession as of late, and one that I am surprised I didn't listen to much in compared to say Night or Tick Tock, because this album is so good.

Every Gazpacho album is, in some way, a concept album, and this is no exception. Unlike the dreamy loose tales of Night, or the more narrative driven story of Tick Tock, Fireworker takes a more Lovecraftian approach with its story, being about a omniscient monster that is willing to propagate in the minds of everyone and everything around it, kinda like, say, The Radiance from Hollow Knight. The creature on the cover (which I absolutely love) may be this monster, since it is huge and otherworldly, covered in harsh shadows with glowing red eyes. It is a monster that, in some shape, is in our minds at any moment, scraping away rationalism and disgust of our actions to try and justify them whether they are big or small. This conceptual narrative drives the album forward, making this one of the biggest sounding albums the band has created.

Musically, I find this to be one of the most interesting and memorable albums the band has released. The biggest moments on this album are definitely the two big epics, the first and last songs of Space Cowboy and Sapien. I absolutely love Space Cowboy as a song. The band isn't unfamiliar with these big and winding epics, heck they made an album that was practically one big epic, but I think Space Cowboy might be the most prolific song the band has ever made. Strong heavy chords, winding orchestral bits and pieces, a choir, and a giant-winding feeling that persists throughout. To say it isn't an amazing song is an understatement, because it is also when the band started to test new waters. Gazpacho is not really a heavy band, per say. They have heavy concepts and lyrics that invoke thought, but sonically they are as hard hitting as a soft blanket. Here, though, through the Lovecraftian concept, they test out more Prog metal methods with heavy guitar chords, very tight drumming, and singing that isn't your typical lush affair. This is probably their most gritty album yet, and I am all for it. It has some mud and dirt on it, and judging from its 2020 release, it was made at the right time when pretty much everyone was getting their minds fireworked. Sapien is also really good, being very moody and somber, carrying the last remaining weight of the album up its own steps in a glorious fashion.

The songs in between, Hourglass, Fireworker, and Antique, whilst being a lot shorter, are also really good. Sure, not as good as the two big epics, but they still get the job done. Fireworker is my favorite of these three. Such a powerful song from the band that doesn't waste anytime, getting right into the chase with very grandiose melodies and poetry that creates for an incredible, but short experience. The only problem I have with these songs is that they are so short, which makes their quick ends feel bittersweet, but I can definitely see them as a much needed bridge from the heavy Space Cowboy to the moody Sapien. Their purpose should be counted for.

I think this is the band's best musical endeavor since March Of Ghosts in 2012, since before this release, Demon, Molok, and Soyuz were very greatly made, but never really reaching the highs many other albums before has. This album shows the band still got it in them to create an amazing Prog rock album featuring their distinct, but ever so changing sounds. I find myself coming back to these songs over and over again when I have an itch for them, no matter the time of day. It really is one of the band's best works in a long while.

If you haven't heard it by now, do yourself a favor and listen to it. Not only will you get your worth of good music, you'll also be experiencing a really well made record that deserves your attention. It is an album you play at the middle of the night and let it wash all over you. It is an album that deserves all the attention it can get for you to embrace every last nanometer of sound. This, Night, and Tick Tock are the best Gazpacho albums by far to me, and this Norwegian band of misfits are some of the best Progheads I have heard.

 Night by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.13 | 660 ratings

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Night
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by Dapper~Blueberries
Prog Reviewer

5 stars Dreams are so interesting and odd to me. The idea of journeying to the inner corners of your mind and imagination with no rhyme or reason, yet some form of meaning is something that feels almost like fiction. This real-world phenomenon has been researched from point a to point z, and I feel like we might never get a grasp of what they truly mean due to people's different psyches. Our psychological understanding of what is and isn't, the false truths bleed into dreams and our minds mustn't be deterred from reality or our sanity will go away. In all honesty, I am surprised this phenomenon would make an amazing concept for an album, especially in the realm of progressive rock, but sadly I never see any such a concept explored to its fullest potential. We may get albums where a part is a character's delusions in their minds or being stuck in their mind, but never dreams themselves. There may be two reasons for this. 1. It'd be very hard to pull off effectively. 2. Night by Gazpacho is already a thing, so why attempt what they mastered once in their career?

Gazpacho is a contemporary progressive rock group from the early 2000s. Formed by Jan-Henrik Ohme, Jon-Arne Vilbo, and Thomas Andersen they take a page from the popular, more Radioheadesque art rock of the time, however with their spin on the whole style that is most closely related to Neo progressive rock. Their name comes from the Marillion song off of their Afraid of Sunlight album. At this point in their career they had released 3 albums, Brave, When Earth Lets Go, and Firebird. During this period they experimented and improved on their melancholic sound, utilizing alternative rock atmospheres that allowed them to create a unique, inspired sound. Since their conception they have always been a progressive rock band, however, they never fully smothered deep dished themselves in the bread, sauce, cheese, and grease of the progressive rock pizza. That was until 2007 when the band had created their 50+ minute conceptual piece. This was an album where they fully delved into the concept of dreams, creating one giant song in the process, however, they split it into 5 different songs that all fit together.

Unlike most albums that do something similar to this in the vein where it is one song that is split up (IE Colors or Tower of Silence) where I genuinely feel like each part intertwines in such a way that it makes every part feel essential for the listening experience. However, the fact each part is separated allows this album to never get boring, which I feel is one of the biggest hurdles any band making this kind of album has to go through. It may be one long song but I do not feel as though I ever get bored near the end, or that some parts do not mesh well with others, which were some of my complaints for stuff like Dopesmoker or Mirror Reaper.

The sounds on this album are something to behold. Everything around each part has a consistent theme and leitmotifs that you can notice, which I think is a good thing. I am a sucker for this kind of thing, especially when it comes to leitmotifs. Heck one of my favorite video games is packed brim with leitmotifs, and when it applies to a progressive rock context I am always happy. It is like a fun spotting game where after each song you can have a new motif to search for. While in most cases this would be boring, in the grand scale of the piece these motifs happen fairly rarely, however they happen often enough to fit every piece to this dreamy puzzle. Not only that but the main contributor to this album's greatness is the instrumentation. I just love how it perfectly captures the feelings of dreams and nighttime. The energy that resonates from this album speaks home to the feeling of being in a dream. The strums of the guitar, the drumming, and Ohme's vocal works on this album are the cream of the crop. Speaking of Ohme, his singing is downright beautiful. I cannot express how truly lovely they can get, sometimes to where I feel like he turns into a completely different singer.

Not only is the instrumentation excellent, but so is the emotion that drips off this album. Everything here feels melancholic, and where in some cases I feel like the band is missing out on something greater if they expressed more emotions on the emotional spectrum in their music, I feel like here it works well, since what is the night without the lack of light? The night is the darkest time of each 24 hours, because of this it is befitting for the band to be more melancholic.

What is more melancholic is the entire concept of this piece, which is of course about dreams. While the lyrics feel more like a story about something coming to an end, it is actually about where dreams end and reality begins. It is not simply about dreams as in something our brain conjures up when we sleep, it is about what happens when the dream ends. Where do all those little brain characters go and so forth? Each part does contribute to this narrative in some way, with Dream of Stone and Upside Down being about a blind prince who gets engulfed by the sun; Chequered Light Buildings is about growing so high to go to space; Valerie's Friends is about a girl named Valerie having a nightmare about going to a dangerous party; Massive Illusion being about how dreams end. All such have that intrinsically implemented inconsolable nature the band always loves to pull.

For a progressive rock epic, not only is this a masterpiece, there truly is no other album like it in the grand sea of albums. For anyone who loves that atmospheric, melancholy progressive rock from bands like Marillion, The Pineapple Thief, or even Pink Floyd, this album deserves its highs in spades. An amazing modern progressive rock record deserves its five stars.

 Fireworker by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.98 | 177 ratings

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Fireworker
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

3 stars I remember the buzz about this band around 2007 on here and the frustration that none of the North American vendors carried their music. I ended up getting a cdr of "Night" from a buddy in The Netherlands before their music was finally made available over here. So I have their 2005 "Firebird", 2007 "Night", 2009 "Tick Tock" and 2010 "Missa Atropus" before I bailed and waited to hear if they did anything close to "Night" which is by far their best recording. In fact if I hadn't have played it a couple of months ago I probably wouldn't have taken a chance on this their latest studio album from 2020. This may go down as my most regrettable purchase since getting back into the game. It's been a long time since I've popped a cd out because I didn't have the patience but that happened.

One thing that made this different was the choir that comes and goes on that 19 1/2 minute opener "Space Cowboy" and the next track "Hourglass". There is nothing in the liner notes that even mentions them let alone gives a credit. That opener is a long one and a little too sparse at times. It did get surprisingly heavy after 9 minutes. "Hourglass" is close to being ballad-like with the piano and vocals but then the choir replaces the vocals followed by the choirs being replaced by violin. I don't like the title track. Just a little too commercial sounding and the drums sound bad. "Antique" is another relaxed tune with vocals and atmosphere although we get some brief power after 5 minutes. "Sapien" ends it and again mellow stuff but with brief outbursts that come and go. There's vocals and not much else after 11 minutes before picking up some late without vocals.

Man this was so hard to get through but I'm at least thankful that I own "Night" a very special recording. This one went over my head.

 Fireworking at St.Croix by GAZPACHO album cover Live, 2022
4.03 | 14 ratings

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Fireworking at St.Croix
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by alainPP

5 stars GAZPACHO is the group founded in 1996 similar to Marillion at the start, quickly sensitized by Radiohead and having acquaintances with Coldplay; an eclectic band with the soulful voice of Jan; an intimate whimsical rock art concept. They give us here a studio set in their space in Ste Croix following an unprecedented streaming in 2020 in the midst of a pandemic; Gazpacho always asks itself its questions of the struggle of man with his vital force.

'Space Cowboy' is the 1st of the five titles of 'Fireworker' starting this unique live with the reverberating voice la Lana Del Rey, the electric violin and the majestic choirs coming to give an overwhelming musical sensation, the grip of the hovering departure, the finish on an Oldfield tinged with 'Carmina Burana'. 'Hourglass' recalls the bewitchment of Michael's violin and his plaintive tune, 'Fireworker' on Jon's idyllic voice, depressed, melancholy and beautiful; Robert with his pads bringing a tribal atmosphere on his acoustic drums, magnified on 'Antique' where the electronics come forward with hypnotic loops. 'Sapien' concludes this set with an intense gothic title, filled with musical waves; the live becomes indecent we have the impression that they play only for us; that spatial voice-over sequence still gives me chills; the piano la Japan adds to it, the slide guitar settles on an arid, icy tempo. 'Substitute for Murder' for the beginning of the encore, title of 'When Earth Lets Go' to warm up a little before attacking the two 'The Walk Part I and II' with the oriental break and 'Winter Is Never' from the album 'Tick Tock' for a final hymn to their unique sound.

Gazpacho therefore staged itself in the raw state giving itself without correction, the expanded stream is remixed in 5.1, CD, Blu-Ray, LP and DVD available with more than 2 hours of bonuses, videos, an interview and a 2019 concert; a concert film from a rehearsal, raw formwork; a stunning rehearsal, a unique pandemic studio concert, an intense, dreamlike and simply majestic album. Gazpacho has done well by revisiting its latest album and adding a few reminder titles to allow us to immerse ourselves in their inimitable sound space.

 Night by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.13 | 660 ratings

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Night
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by King Brimstone

5 stars - Review #25 -

Night is truly an astonishing work. Gazpacho managed to handle emotion and soul with strength and professionalism flawlessly in their fourth, and most critically acclaimed, album. Featuring five tracks that flow from one to the other and have very different song lengths, this work's main objective is to set the listener into a trance of emotions.

Dream Of Stone is the first, and longest, track of the album. It has a repetitive guitar line that sets you in the album's mood, and Ohme's vocals help give the track a memorable melody that will stick with you. Chequered Light Buildings is a beautiful interlude that works as a bridge between Dream Of Stone and Upside Down, it has an amazing chorus.

Upside Down is probably the best track of the album, it has heavy Radiohead influence with a hint of Coldplay, it has a soulful guitar solo around the middle and the ending has some amazing and chill-worthy violin work. Valerie's Friend is yet another bridge, this time between Upside Down and Massive Illusion. It's my least favorite track from the album, but it still accomplishes its purpose.

Massive Illusion is the other track that passes the ten minute mark, and it truly ends the album with a high note. The ending to be specific, is without a doubt the best section of the album. Very emotional and mellow, Massive Illusion manages its purpose flawlessly.

Night is without a doubt my favorite album by Gazpacho, and one of my favorite modern prog albums. I truly recommend this to anyone who likes emotional prog. Five Stars.

 Missa Atropos by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2010
3.78 | 410 ratings

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Missa Atropos
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by King Brimstone

5 stars - Review #24 -

The first time I heard about this band was back when their fourth album, Night, was released. One of my friends recommended me that five-track work while we were talking. I didn't like them, but for some reason I wanted them to click on me, they had a very defined style and their ambience truly had no comparison. So I listened it for a second time and I fell in love, not only with the album, but the band itself.

Since that day, Gazpacho have become one of my favorite modern bands. They're not technical, or a band of virtuosos, they just wanna make the listener fall in a trance of ambience and emotion. They also have one of the most consistent discographies I have ever seen. Not a single album they have made falls under four stars in my opinion.

For their sixth album, the band presents us a more diverse work. Unlike the two previous albums which had massive and lengthy tracks, Missa Atropos focuses much more on an album that works better as a full listen, its tracks flow from one to the other and the short interludes help when it comes to making a more involving experience.

Having absolutely phenomenal melodies and atmospheric sections, Missa Atropos manages a very strong tracklist that works by itself or when doing full listens, while also keeping a sense of direction all the way through. The title-track, Vera and Splendid Isolation work as the heavyweights of the album and their focus on trance is very reminiscent of Gazpacho's Night.

A quite inaccesible album, which explains the significantly low ratings, so you might have to give it a couple tries. Gazpacho manages an involving atmosphere like no other and I admire that. It's gotta be five stars. Sad to see it's quite underrated.

 Fireworker by GAZPACHO album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.98 | 177 ratings

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Fireworker
Gazpacho Crossover Prog

Review by thesimilitudeofprog

5 stars For nearly 20 years, Norwegian sextet Gazpacho have excelled at creating atmospheric reflections on somewhat thought- provoking or troubling themes. With Fireworker they have outdone themselves, creating a concept which in some ways encompasses all that has come before and pushes the envelope even further.

The band currently consists of Thomas Andersen on keyboards and programming, Jan-Henrik Ohme on vocals, Jon-Arne Vilbo on guitars, Mikael Kr'mer on violin and guitars, Kristian 'Fido' Torp on bass, and Robert R. Johansen on drums.

For Fireworker, the album feels ritualistic, it has these feelings of purity but also threating in nature. There are moments here that are heavier than I've heard from the band since Tick Tock. While the band's typical atmospheric and spacious artiness is in full effect, the band takes a few risks. Their albums often explore intellectual and philosophical topics, coming across as poetic and emotional, typically. The characters in their stories often experience tragedy, inner turmoil, and powerful transitions. This 'Fireworker' character is the deeper side of all us, an instinctual decision-maker that often overrules our senses and logic. And we often try to philosophize why the 'Fireworker's' decisions are okay, why they make sense. Looking at the world today, this is a fascinating way to describe why some people act the way they do. Much of this comes out in a loud-quiet dynamic that feels as if the protagonist is confronting this side of himself. In fact, it feels like something of a purposeful expedition to battle the side of himself that reacts in fear and violence.

Spacecowboy, to put it bluntly, is a work of genius. This song introduces us to the inner battle of the album. The song teases us with a climax a couple of times and ends up giving it to us in grand fashion. Spacecowboy may arguably be one of the best and certainly one of the most ambitious pieces of music Gazpacho have ever created. The next three songs, Hourglass, Fireworker, and Antique are more atmospheric in approach. Hourglass is a slower track with lots of beautiful ambiance and gorgeous violin. The title track has a folk-rock side to it that I really like, and parts of it almost feel like a soundtrack. It gets heavy, especially for Gazpacho. Antique is melodious and nostalgic, like an old familiar friend. The final epic is called Sapien, a title that seems to indicate an acknowledgement of our human nature. This song is quite reserved, except for a few moments where the tide rises with power and force. It is a beautiful track, though: one that eases us into the ending with class and grace. It does such a superb job of building an atmosphere.

Gazpacho has a thoroughly rewarding album here, and I think fans will love it.

Rating-96%

Recommended Tracks: Spacecowboy, Fireworker and Sapien.

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