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5 stars Amazing album by an amazing band, I love those cases where bands don't release just great debut but perfect their sound over time. This second album by Buldozer is if compared by loudness has more hard rock in the blend then the first album, but so those everything else, like psychedelic elements.Like for instance "Dobro Jutro Madam Jovanovic" has a lot of stuff going on, from hard rock, jazz and symphonic elements, to me the best track. Psychedelic sounding (at first) "Gdje Su Djevojcice" or "Where Are The Little Girls" is just about that, Brecelj singing about finding lost girls and worrying about them, albeit from a perspective of maybe an overly paranoid parent. What is better then the first album is also the better usage of non-music sounds, where even in the "Gdje Su..." there is a part where a policeman of sorts asks an identity card and it's ridiculous but it fits perfectly, lots of moments like that throughout the album as does the weirder Brecelj's shouts. On the first album I had feeling of being overwhelmed by these strange stuff, and some parts in the songs were just nonsensically noisy to me. As people before me said, this is for FRANK ZAPPA, BEEFHEART and GONG fans as they are most representative of this sort of avant-prog genre. Only sin of this album is it's shortness.

historian9 | 5/5 |


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