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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.27 | 13 ratings

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3 stars Well this band has been always inserted into the best prog collection from Mexico (especially if you hear the music critics from the Latin world of Central and South America), but for sure their jazz rock, passing through a sort of "Pomp rock" of the early eighties (for me close to the so called English New Progressive Wave, but with a poppy touch...), has always created a bit of confusion about the music They play!! But coming back to the present work, it's very far away from their best albums or from their most "mature" ones at least (think of "Reminiscencias" and "Adolescencia Cronica);nevertheless their effort during the emulation of their old albums is a bit strident but however remarkable,above all if you consider the lack ol Rosa Moreno and their choice regarding the vocalist: their bass player is not fitted into this delicate role and morevoer the sounds of the synths and the "untreated" guitar effects, are a real defect inside!!

Anyway it remains as the only studio work of the nineties which is worth checking out from the beginning to the end, in spite of being not totally essential...make your own choice!

lor68 | 3/5 |


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