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3.58 | 63 ratings

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Marty McFly
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3 stars Now that's what I call eastern jazz fusion. I first get to know this band by prog radio Delicious Agony (thanks guys). Psychedelia mix of these things with something that looks like improvisation & also jamming session results in strangely good music. From modern point of view, really good one. Evolution, you know, you can't stop it. For example Wax Inhabitants Town, third track, tries a little bit different approach. Still doing jazz business, but coming from space rock point of view. It pleases, as it brings new elements, when these genres are combined.

Actually, few my classmates are from Uzbekistan, even I don't talk with them much (nobody does, but they stick together). And see, Familiarization Results is even some kind of symphonic prog, same as next track. I suppose they don't know this band, as they look like pop-listeners (you also can't expect everyone from Czech Republic to listen good old prog music like Blue Effect, or Progres). But still, I'm sad. One should know music of his country, especially when it's one of these small countries (my without doubt is small, just 10.000.000 people - and how many prog listeners I wonder, 10.000 ?)

5(-) and shot me if you please, I'll stick with this "better-than-other-album" rating.

Marty McFly | 3/5 |


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