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Magical Power Mako

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1.42 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1981

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Welcome To The Earth (Intro) (1:57)
2. Happy Birthday Samba (3:12)
3. East World... I Love You (2:56)
4. Fresh Vegetable (3:37)
5. Little Darling (3:26)
6. Open Garden (3:02)
7. I Wanna Be With You (4:34)
8. Find Our Love (3:22)
9. Fighting In The City (2:44)
10. Welcome To The Earth (5:42)

Total Time 34:52

Line-up / Musicians

- Mako / various instruments
- Tengai Hai / drums
- Hiro Ogawa / bass
- Mario / percussion

Releases information

SuperFuji - EMI FJSP-62

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MAGICAL POWER MAKO Welcome To The Earth ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant/Cross/Neo/Post Teams
1 stars How difficult...sorry I can't understand Mako's thought enough well. :-(

Exactly STRANGE album. It's no wrong because Mako has called this album so. First Welcome To The Earth(Intro) what's the noise? Radio's interference? Interesting I feel. After the solemn opening (till that we can have some expectation), light techno-pop samba (Happy Birthday Samba) starts...'happy birthday Leila, I love you'...sorry, no progressive, no more. Next East World...I Love You has light sound too, but I think this song has lots of materials and essences, with rhythm, sound, kecak-like can evaluate this shot. The problem for me is from Fresh Vegetable to the last song Welcome To The Earth. On this piece Mako should predict the current technology world, comparing a vegetable garden to a robot factory. This is a great conception, but the pop-electro-sound is no good for me... After this, all are the same pop'n'tech. I suggest Mako might try to play tech-style once. Sorry but next album is great for me so it's a pity...

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