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Tarcisio Moura
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4 stars Very interesting band from Polland. I must admit it took me some time to get into the music. I had to listen several times. But when it hit me, it really stuck. They are quite original and although their sound cannot be labeled anything but neo prog, they have their very own sound and personality. Some influences are clear, like Collage (as almost all neo prog polish bands do), and even King Crimson. Robert Srzednicki voice is very similar to the late Geofff Mann, which fits very nicely to their music, darker than most neo prog bands. Also they remind me sometimes of several kraut rock bands of the 70's, with some sound experiments here and there. But actually it could have been better without them, at least for my taste.

If you like neo prog bands, and want to explore something new in this genre, I recommeded it. It may take sometime to the music to 'sink in', but it's well worth it. It's not really a masterpiece, but it's one fo those records that grows on you everytime you listen and that's what progressive is all about, isn't it? For that reason my rating can not be below 4 stars. A nice surprise.

Tarcisio Moura | 4/5 |


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