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3.19 | 26 ratings

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3 stars Harnakis is one of the most obscure and unknown bands coming from Spain from early '90's. They brought out only one album in 1990 issued by Musea records named Numb Eyes, The Soul Revelation and then disapper into oblivion. Harnakis palys a kind of neo prog quite pleasent most of the time, but overall something is missing, is not consistent in arrangements and aswell the vocal departmen while I like it I think is pale in comparation with other releases from that period. Anyway Harnakis manage to come with good album, keeping in mind that Spain is not an oasis of neo prog bands. They incorporated elements from symphonic/folk zone like Spain's best bands from the '70 Triana comes in mind with neo prog passages. They sound very much like french neo prog band Green Space and their album from same year Behind, even on vocal department is almost same. Well, the opening track The wish is quite great, instrumental crescendo pieces with nice instrumental arrangements, the best pieces are for sure the last two, the longest The Tramp Of The Future and the title track with some great guitar passages and the female vocal parts provided by Lali Belza is more then ok. So, all in all is a nice album, but little unconsistent overall, and is less intrsting then othe rworks from that period. 3 stars, good but nothing more, nice cover arts front/back.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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