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Spaced Out


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.70 | 37 ratings

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5 stars This band is from Quebec: all the members speak French and they are all VIRTUOSOS!!! The tracks are speechless! They definitely sound like UZEB here! So, this album is modern urban fusion with prog tendencies. Antoine Fafard is really one of the best bassist in the world! He is truly comparable to Pastorius, Jeff Berlin, Alain Caron and Stanley Clarke! The awesome guitarist really sounds like Allan Holdsworth! The keyboardist has a real modern & varied urban sound, a bit like Dave Stewart. Finally, the drummer is very varied and has a perfect sound. The tracks are played with an OUTSTANDING SYNCHRONIZATION, sometimes amazingly fast, and all the instruments take the maximum room: no one really steals the show, so that the instruments are very well balanced. The tracks are very loaded and rather restless. This record, unlike UZEB, is often very dark and bizarre, but it is so well played & composed, and the involved technique is so perfect that it is just more intriguing! Usually, I do not like bizarre and dark compositions: an exception must be made here!


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