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La Máquina De Hacer Pájaros


Symphonic Prog

3.93 | 103 ratings

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4 stars Like the previous album ... this is a virtuosic and progressive album that needs repeated listens to grasp the beauty of it. This one is more influenced by jazz though. Unfortunately, this album is not as strong as their debut: the melodies are not as memorable. It is a very enjoyable progressive rock album with excellent musicianship.

"Overtura777" starts the album in a great note. It is a complex instrumental piece with great melodies and musicianship. "Marylin" is a nice melodic track with a powerful finale with electric guitars, moog synths, and energetic rhythms. " No Te Dejes Desanimar" is more symphonic than the previous track and features a small orchestra. "Que Se Puede Hacer..." is a jazzier track with some excellent instrumental breaks and a great main melody. "Hipercandombre" is a hard rocking piece full of riffing and is played over a very interesting rhythm, phenomenal track!! "El Vendedor" is weaker in quality than the others, yet is enjoyable in its own... it has great bass guitar work. 'Ruta Perdedora' is another highlight : a symphonic jazz-rock piece with great lyrics/melodies, nice musicianship and great arrangements. "En las Calles de Costa Rica" is a powerful instrumental finale.

1. Obertura 777 (7.5/10) 2. Marilyn, La Cenicienta Y Las Mujeres (7.5/10) 3. No Te Dejes Desanimar (6.5/10) 4. Que Se Puede Hacer Salvo Ver Peliculas (7.5/10) 5. Hipercandombe (9/10) 6. El Vendedor De Las Chicas De Plastico (6.5/10) 7. Ruta Perdedora (9/10) 8. En Las Calles De Costa Rica (7/10)

My Grade : B-

Zitro | 4/5 |


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