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4.26 | 546 ratings

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5 stars Obviously South American prog bands have been a really good alternative during the rather poor decade of the 80's when only a few European bands like Marillion tried to keep some spirit of the heyday of prog. This album is a pure gem for everyone who likes fantastically made progrock with symphonic, jazz and folk influences. The three compositions on here are just awesome with great symphonic sections, incredibly good jazz-fusion parts,slightly reminiscent to the italian band OSANNA just with the difference, that the sax playing doesn't sound that much enervating than it does on some records of that band. The structure of the compositions is really done in a brilliant way and the whole album sounds very rounded up and coherent. This one is without any doubt a real must-have and a masterpiece in progressive rock!!
hdfisch | 5/5 |


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