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ETERMEDIA

Framauro

 

Neo-Prog

3.01 | 11 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Framauro isa polish neo prog band that was formed by multi instrumentalist Ryszard Kramarski somewhere in mid '90's. They release only one album in 1998 named Etermedia at Lynx Music label aswell formed by same musician Ryszard Kramarski. Well, this album gave me mix feelings, it is ok good musicaly speaking but in same time sounds very pale in comparation with other names from neo prog zone from Poland. The beggining of the album is almost forggetable, that means the first 4 pieces, not necesarly bad, but totaly lacking in good ideas and great arrangements, the album really beggin to move with fifth piece Etna , an up tempo tune where all musicians did a great job, nice keyboards here. Another worthy tracks are Prasowe papugi, TV shoe and Enter, all has nice guitar parts, good keybords are overall the best from the album. Some symphonic parts are melted with the neo ones giving a good atmosphere on almost every piece, but something is missing to give more then 3 stars. I might say that this album is in a good tradition of neo bands from Poland. All in all a nice album, nothing really imoressive but most of the time enjoyble.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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