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ANABELAS

Bubu

 

Eclectic Prog

4.26 | 546 ratings

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marcobrusa
5 stars Pupil became master. Bubu is my favourite band from my country and they came back a couple months ago with a new EP named "Resplandor" (composer in tha bass, same woman on keys an the rest are new young people and they are really good). I saw them live a couple weeks ago and they played their new EP + the last 2 songs from this album. They were amazing live, really. They included dancers too. How many prog bands do that? And it worked perfectly. They don't sound representative being an argentinean band. They sound european but with spanish lyrics of course. Not a bad thing at all, considering how many poor imitators of british bands are out there... plus, influences cannot be denied. A King Crimson air is present in all three songs. But overall, the compositions are extremely original. The final result was an album of epic proportions. Not representative as some said, but the highest value for me in this case is quality. I feel many things. One of them is national proud. So, this band is better than most prog bands from the rest of the world. Why not feel national proud? What a monster! So underrated, just think about The Mars Volta. What a shame people, grow up and listen to this masterpiece. Come all together to me if you desagree. This is essential.
marcobrusa | 5/5 |

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