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PASTALES

Anoxie

 

Symphonic Prog

2.61 | 10 ratings

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Greger
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2 stars The keyboard player Pascal Lachaize formed the French band ANOXIE. It's rather obvious when you hear the music, as it is very keyboard dominated and has some reminiscences to ELOY, HAWKIND, PINK FLOYD and TANGERINE DREAM. The musicians and compositions are rather good, but the vocals are dramatic and lame at the same time, and they doesn't sound that good. Both the music and the vocals are suffering a lot from the bad production. At times it's almost impossible to hear the lyrics.

ANOXIE can also be heard on the "Enchantement" compilation released by Musea in 1990, where Anoxie perform a song called "The Quest". It starts out slow and quiet, but at the end it has been built up to a crescendo.

ANOXIE's most recent track "The Man in the Moon" can be heard on the compilation "2001, A Prog Odyssey? (From the Lyon's Vault II)".

Greger | 2/5 |

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