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Mizraab - Live & Rare CD (album) cover




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2.27 | 2 ratings

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2 stars If I remember correctly, this live album was released by Mizraab's fan club. Mizraab themselves has relocated from Pakistan to England.

I can understand the dedication from their fanclub and their desire to release the best possible product. The sound is good throughout and the album is offered as a free download. It also becomes pretty obvious why Mizraab so far has failed to make an impact in the world wide prog metal scene. Their music is pretty bland and generic. The final track Panchi is both good and has some local folk tones flavors. This is also the title track from their debut album. I guess that album is well worth checking out. The rest of the songs on this live album though is not in the same standard as Panchi. A couple of Blink 182 like songs does not brighten my day. Neither does the rest of the stuff which is generic rock and pretty bad too. This album is not my kind of tea, but check it out on the basis of the inclusion of Panchi.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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