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3.22 | 21 ratings

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3 stars I hesitate to give this album 3 stars for several reasons: it is not much different in sound from DRUGI NACIN, the band the two guitarists came from, but is less engaging and lacking strong compositions; Kurtovic's vocals are too often forced to the high registers, trying to emulate David Byron's, but as a result are irritating and out of place; the only standout track is "Novi dan", while the rest are mediocre hard rock-acoustic-prog combination sounding somewhere between CAMEL and JETHRO TULL. On the other hand, this was issued in Yugoslavia 1977, a time when there were only a few LP records, not to mention the prog scene. Therefore this album gives an important contribution to the rare prog discography of ex-Yugoslavia, being of interest for prog fans who are willing to explore the non-English progressive music.
Seyo | 3/5 |


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