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3.62 | 87 ratings

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4 stars Absolutely yummy first effort from these Argentine masters, from the bracing, frantic Steve Howe fuzz guitar of Osvaldo Favro on 'La Casa de la Mente' to Gustavo Fidel's thrilling continuous keyboard runs in 'Eterna Evidencia', Espiritu cook up a mean stew and command every moment of this ambitious record. Occasionally reminiscent of early Italian bands as Biglietto per L'Inferno or IBdB, the album is not perfect in content or production with somewhat off vocal chorals and a spontaneous sound that defies conventional progisms. 'Hay un Mundo Luminoso' rocks well and finishes a great if flawed release from a surprising and largely unsung outfit.
Atavachron | 4/5 |


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