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    Posted: April 09 2005 at 20:36
Atila - Reviure

Reviure is one of the classics of the Spanish
progressive scene. It is an album full of energetic
interplay between guitar, bass and keyboards in the
vein of Mezquita, Crucis and Fusioon. In addition, I
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One of the best from Spanish scene, my second most favourite after Mezquitas album. Very energic playing. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 12 2005 at 10:40
Originally posted by Hiwatter

One of the best from Spanish scene, my second most favourite after Mezquitas album. Very energic playing. 

Agreed 100%. Second best after Mezquita - Recuerdos de mi Tierra.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 12 2005 at 14:05
I like it better I dont have to listen to vocals I dont
understand. Very few vocals on Reviure, the music
does the talking - Cosmic stuff!

May I say that you europeans are much more
open-minded about learning about the gre
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 13 2005 at 07:00
I like European scene (continental Europe) more, because is much more rich and diverse with more influences.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 14 2005 at 10:06
Dallas Bryan,

If you are not into foreign vocals then what about Gotic - Escenes from the Spanish scene? It's instrumental. Have you heard it? It's kinda flute/keyboard driven prog so i'm not sure if you are into that kind of stuff? I think i
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 28 2005 at 19:56
thats a good one I had forgotten, I will order it for a
listen, its been several years since I have heard it,
remember the flutes and pastoral quality. I'll give itŠa
spin, this was one of the tops of the late 70s spanish
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