Check it in free steaming player here to get the full impression. Spacy instrumental "Martian Chronicles" opens the second part of the show. Atmospheric "Clouds" lead to nervous instrumental "S. S" laser show attached!
Good Lord I want them to reunite for a new album! Again mild-tempo "Stone" followed with legendary "Ireland. Olster" rocky hit and unescapable "Blues "Caprice" girls going crazy! More Pomp-rock songs like "Dizziness" and "Oh my Boy" are preparing ground for epical "The Ship" - another early-days highlight.
Show closing with "The World in Ourselves",we-are-the- world-like legendary ballad supplied with band's chronoicles on the background screen Great show,nice additional credits sadly,only in Russian and my favourite phrase permanently repeated by all band's members - "That's all for now DVD is avalaible worldwide, and if you miss it you risk to miss the whole epoch in Russian music You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not.
Vocals are totally in russian and of course this is somewhat unfamiliar to me. It doesn't matter. The important thing is you can listen to a very good melange of Symphonic and Art Rock.
Leaving the electronic intro it all starts very relaxed. Yesterday the day before? I'm not sure about the english translations of the cyrillic titles is a minimalistic keyboard dominated song associated with excellent vocals by Arthur Berkut. And then the band hurries up with Fasten seat belts - an instrumental with great guitar licks and a mix of symphonic and jazzy keyboards. I don't want to describe every song but there's one promise - this release is a musical revelation despite of one or two exceptions.
City is a super groover with saxophon attendance and Requiem from their first and selftitled debut is also to point out. Second Disc starts with a little suite combining three songs in a very different mood - the centerpiece IMO. The opener is a very melancholic and spacy thing, a part of Martian chronicles which then glides into Years , another wonderful grooving song with Chris Kelmi on organ and Sergei Brutijan on the lead vocals. Third part is Clouds a nice ballad with clarinet played by the former band member Sergei Mazaev.
Ireland, Ulster against is an interesting mix of symphonic keyboards and a funky groove. Dizziness is mainly used for the band introduction and Oh, my boy for rocking the crowd. You don't have any russian band release with vocals in native language?
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