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DISORGANICORIGAMI

Daal

 

Eclectic Prog

3.68 | 79 ratings

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admireArt
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3 stars DAAL's first registered 2009 album: "Disorganicorigami", shows clearly the band's whereabouts.

Quiet deconstructed and excessively experimental, it somehow prefigures DAAL's "future", far more polished albums. But that will be the "future". This one holds some very good songs, others are good, and some others kind of expendable. The best surprise is to find these guys roots, on Non-prog/Prog bands like "YELLO", "Tuxedomoon" and "Underworld's" electronic/ trance.. Also, a lot of very early "electronic music",( which by the way, many consider Italy to be its "craddle", way back in 1930). And close to Prog influences like Van der Graff, ELP, Univers Zero and Klaus Schulze's first works.

"The good and the not so good":

It is daring but also simplistic. It has attractive and intelligent proposals, but stays short of them more than once. The experimental "electronics" opposed to "acoustic" instruments performances, predict their "future" musical language, but on this one, the results on some songs is outbalanced by one or the other. The use of "vintage" synths sounds is novel in these "times" (2009), but the sound alone does not help much, if it really does not trascend the mere use of them as "collectible vintage instruments". And finally although there are interesting musical lines that could have been worked, more than once they just act as background, to less surprising structures, that have been "worked" vaguely or to an excess of repetition.

The best is that this band will jump from this to their 2nd., excellent album. And the good parts outweight the not so good.

To wrap it up, good but will be better. This is not the best place to start your DAAL's aquaintance, more for people who have already listened to posterior works and care to know this band's whereabouts. Therefore good, but not essential, until you listen to their following projects and become a DAAL's follower .

***3 PA stars.

admireArt | 3/5 |

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