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Agitation Free



3.83 | 195 ratings

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3 stars 01. First Communication Some sounds, as Roger Waters would say 'Radio Waves', a few synthesizers imitating theremin, and a lovely calm near the sound of the wind, a few very pretty fingered ones of guitar. Drums and bass enter in calm and reconciliatory tone. Some noises between the music show the whole electronic influence. But in the general one a calm and lovely sound!

02. And Random talks The sounds of the end of the first track are only a forewarning of this belt here. Totally 'machine ', hipnotizing.

03. Layla, Part 1 The only 'hammer blow' of the piano, a few very cool fingered ones, a very quite worked bass, a ground of animal guitar, drums to accompany, and a keyboard of bottom (laughters) is clear. This is the first part of Layla (do not confuse with the homonymic one of Derek And The Dominoes and Eric Clapton).

04. Layla, Part 2 The second part has a divine bass! Melodies of guitars and keyboards married perfectly! A space rock without equal.

05. In The Silence Of The Morning Sunrise Since it might not stop being it follows the wave of the previous one, imaginary birds sing and completely.

06. The Quiet Walk a) Listening Hearing are we all, me to pay attention in what he says to us this part? Difficult! It is a task of extreme attention, not because of being bad, on the contrary, because of being of a simple incredible complexity.

b) Two-Not Of The Same Kind The second one deceives what is more electric, follows them to me with vocal, what more look when (laughters) and good guitars were keyed, as a matter of fact. good guitars for the whole disc.

07. Haunted Island To more space of all, with vocal decorative overlays and good 'dark' since any poem of Edgar Alan Poe must be. Instrumental minimum in reciting the poem. And an instrumental good jazz to tell the truth, but two guitars soling different melodies it is a complete enchantment.

Is this disc in the general one much more acoustic, and this not very known band, but he wants to know? Very good!

ProgShine | 3/5 |


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