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QUEMANDO OSCURIDAD

Madame Claus

 

Symphonic Prog

3.53 | 10 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Madame Claus is an unknown prog band from Argentina releasing so far a single studio album in 2005 names Quemando Oscuridad. I was quite pleasent surprise about this album because everything from here is well done. The musicianship is great, the music also great from symphonic prog passages to a more heavy prog or even pop arrangements, but always the sophisticated parts existed from start to finish. The voice of Daniel Fernández is powerfull and has a special tone, that gives a certain latin atmosphere of the album. The album alternates very well from uptempo and energic moments like on Caravana to a more melacholic parts like on Aunque Muera la Piedad, each time musicians done a very good job. All pieces stands as good, not a weak moment here, and the band proves that they had potential, somehow they were lost in the jungle of the genre, never heared anything about them since this album. I strongly recommend this album, of course this is not a masterpiece, but is a very strong album with pleasent moments, some of thenn even quite original and good. 3.5 rounded to 4 this time.

b_olariu | 4/5 |

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