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Urban Trapeze


Symphonic Prog

3.58 | 18 ratings

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David Saez
1 stars We can be careful with what is sold as if it were an album, a CD, because "Reactivated Tarkus" is nothing more than a demo, a bootleg recorded during a test. Well recorded, yes, but It's a favor to any novel group be promoted with something of such poor quality?

The demo offers a musical concept based entirely on the symphonic rock of the seventies. The first item is a tribute to the work of EL & P "Tarkus". Anyway, do not expect a Tarkus 2, because the arrangements are more simple. On the other hand, the rest of the demo reminded me "Caravan" including some blue note.

Unfortunately the group is in a long stand-by because Daniel Seglers, compositor and soul of the group is recovering from a ictus. We hope his recovery and with the experience this promising group can make a quantum leap.

David Saez | 1/5 |


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