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3.73 | 45 ratings

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4 stars Well this Mexican band is a strange ensemble, being able at the beginning to produce excellent albums like this one, by alternating the best moments of creativity, instead replacing afterwards these latter with other colourless and more pop oriented songs, especially in their recent production. But coming back to the present issue, this is probably their most inspiring work, enriched with bombastic music passages ELP-like (listen to "La era de los metabolismos tecnológicos ") or also with delicate and sometimes folk breaks through, well interrupted by symphonic melodic passages,which remind me of "In that Quite Earth" by Genesis. The long 36 minute suite is never boring, cause They have been able to change the mood and atmosphere too, regarding of the whole development of such concept, and at the end They have performed (unfortunately not all along their career) a better job than the Mexican "Cast", thanks to concepts like this!!.However I like to regard this one as a well worth album to be checked out and it never minds for the disappointing pop songs of nowadays...recommended anyway!!
lor68 | 4/5 |


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