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Haddad Deuses, Anjos, Homens & Bestas album cover
3.08 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1997

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Metatron (1:50)
2. Recordacões De Outro Mundo (4:44)
3. Pedra Do Lagarto (2:54)
4. Se O Céu Não Tem Almas Para Nos Dar (8:05)
5. Arcanjo Gabriel (2:00)
6. O Eu Dividido (3:50)
7. O Vazio O Abencõa, Axxel (2:58)
8. Vidacidente Feliz (2:40)
9. Everglades (1:55)
10. O Archaeopteryx: A Verdade Sobre As Gôndolas De Marte (8:30)

Total Time: 39:19

Line-up / Musicians

- Gustavo Haddad / voice, keyboards, sequencer programming
- Leandro (Leo) Haddad / acoustic guitar
- Eric Carvalho / drums
- Paulo Pelissari / acoustic and electric guitar
- Rubens Oliveira / bass
- Zezito Haddad / saxophone
Additional Musician:
- Wilson Richa Jr. / electric guitar solo on "Recordações de outro mundo"

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HADDAD Deuses, Anjos, Homens & Bestas ratings distribution

(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(14%)
Good, but non-essential (57%)
Collectors/fans only (14%)
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Review by Greger
3 stars If you ignore the extremely ugly front cover to the CD-booklet, you'll find beautiful symphonic rock coming out of your speakers. If I saw this album in the record store, I would never ever think about buying it. The reason is that it is showing an ugly beast like man both on the front cover, the back cover as well as under the CD-tray. To me it looks more like a bad heavy metal album from the 80's than a symphonic rock album. Fortunately the music is the opposite of the horrible booklet pictures. HADDAD is playing dreamy, floating and beautiful symphonic rock with many lengthy instrumental passages. It isn't hard to understand where they got the band name HADDAD from, as three of the member's last name is HADDAD. A very good Brazilian band!

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