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Kaos Moon


Crossover Prog

3.86 | 22 ratings

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5 stars I almost always happens, Canada brings to us quality bands, such as, POLLEN "Same", RUSH (discography), MORSE CODE ("Procreation" & "La Marches des Hombres") etc... In the case of the band KAOS MOON the history repeats, at least in this first disk "After the Storm", where the band presents a progressive which mixing some heavy passages (a lot of times with having accentuated swinging) and othe more lighter, Probably due you influence them mentioned above and still of other bands as SAGA and QUEENSRYCHE. I detach the track 1 " Memory Station" they already present this mixture of a swinging in the beginning of the music that is inserted with a theme, that although it still follows a more Heavy-Prog line follows a closer orientation of a ballad and that only in the end returns, although in brief way to the initial swinging. The track 2 "Nobody's Perfect" with their close moments to the space-prog of bands as PINK FLOYD & ELOY ( as soon the music starts) mixed with something of the sound of the RUSH (with a prominence for the bass guitar). The track 4 " Cross Match " with his rhythm techno. pop. However I am afraid of committing some injustice when choosing these tracks in relationship the others, because the disk in itself is very good of the beginning to the end. Due my considerations, my rate is of 5 stars!!!
maryes | 5/5 |


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