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3.60 | 24 ratings

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4 stars So, this band deserves more testing record. This album, "The final act", needs to be heard. And not so much for the two shorter tracks, but "Coto lyrics".

"Coto lyrics" is long 44 minutes. One thing that if you put it on then forget it. It has a beginning that is a joy: you remember the early 70s, nostalgia coward.

Andreas Schuller's voice is certainly not that of Peter Gabriel, who tries to look like, but often makes you shudder. Listen to the first five or six minutes, where the keyboards Helge Weber accompany the singing of Schuller.

It easy to say that they look like Genesis or Marillion ... There's no point making comparisons. We listen to what they have to say, their ideas, their dreams ...

Of course, if instead they could live disc recorded in the studio, things would have been different. For the better. There are times that a manufacturer would solve otherwise. The vocals are sometimes excessive. There are repetitions that were removed cleanly. Scissors in hand.

"Coto lyrics" has the potential to be something big. Too bad. I mean, 44 minutes is a lot to handle. Some say it looks like Supper's ready ... Trespass that wanted to imitate that song ... I don't know. I only know that a good producer would "Coto lyrics" a masterpiece. There are times when the music becomes beautiful and even if you find yourself distracted involved, suddenly.

With all the respect. To the musicians who had their papers in order.

Long live the prog, my friends.

anywhere | 4/5 |


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