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3.95 | 18 ratings

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4 stars Angulart left us a great album, a solid piece of progressive rock, with lyrics in Spanish, and a variety of styles and moods through the 67 minutes "Donde Renacen las Horas" lasts, from howling pianos, like in 'Judas', to the progressive metal of 'Locuzco'. This first song, the weakest moment in the album, has a sound similar to that of POLIMETRO, especially in the synthesizers. But it's the only moment with this style, and also, the only weak moment (maybe progressive metal is not the area of Angulart). 'Locuzco' gave me a very bad first impression of the album, but after I got rid of that.

An atmospheric 'Acta Non Verba' follows a hurtful 'Judas'. A short but beautiful crimsonian 'El Gran Viaje' leads to a happy (and a little paranoid at first) 'Un Planeta en mi Retrovisor'. In 'Ámbar' I hear something of MARILLION, or PENDRAGON.

The result is a stream of great music, with clear influences from classic and contemporary prog, and with the addition of some quenas here and there. All in all, one can say it is the typical structure of a prog album (if that exists).

The wonderfulness of 'El Atrás', 'Un Planeta en mi Retrovisor' and 'Ámbar' is much more important than the weakness of 'Locuzco', and the consistency of the album, particularly beginning in 'El Atrás' and until the very end, are the good reasons for giving it 4 stars. An excellent addition.

Proglodita | 4/5 |


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