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4.26 | 653 ratings

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4 stars A complete madness. Being Argentine I am proud of this work and happy to have known it. It has an extremely symphonic sound with details and arrangements of Yes, King Crimson, Gentle Giant and perhaps some passages that can be directly related to the RPI. A fascinating circus trip with disorderly sounds and with a strong and extravagant role of wind instruments. Every few minutes vocal parts appear that do not seem to have a specific meaning but are still an important detail in the concept and in the album itself. It has a sound so compelling and so defined that it is impossible for me not to give it the 5 stars. I also have to add that, to date (1978), no album in Argentina has sounded so symphonic and with such powerful wind instruments. My respects to the members. They have created a timeless work.
Argentinfonico | 4/5 |


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