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Ache - De Homine Urbano

The first rock ballet and pioneer prog rock at Denmark, Ache's debut is an inventive worthy album. Their sound sometimes could remind you other bands, but their ideas and organization were somehow original. Homine Urbano was made of 2 side-long tracks. Seems the hammond organ totally leads the band. What's really interesting about the album is the B-Side instrumental piece, Little Things, an experimental suite distorting The Beatles' "Every Little Thing She Does". It's a psychedelic rollercoaster of melodic variations running around throug acoustic, aggressive, jazzy, fuzzy guitar plays and even Led Zeppelin's "How Many More Times" riff at the end. A nice listen to anyone's into hammond rock as ELP.

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