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3.03 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1991

Songs / Tracks Listing

Mix 1
1. Egi Vandor
2. Az egben lebegok csarnoka
3. 200ewel az utoslo haboru utan
4. En elmegyek
5. Ejsakai orszagutan
6. Hajnali ocean
7. Idorablo
8. Csillagok utjan
9. Metamorfozis
10. A Buvesz
11. Hutlen baratok
12. Regi csibeszek
13. Orultek oraja
14. Addig elj
15. Kemeny jatek
16. Ejfeli koncert

Mix 2
1. Nytany
2. Lena
3. Atlantisz
4. Fekete
5. Ezust eso
6. Ajanlott utvanol
7. Start
8. A fold arnyekos oldalan
9. Njari ejek asszonya
10. Petroleum lampa
11. Babylon
12. Gammapolis
13. Tizezer lepes
14. Nem tudom a neved

Line-up / Musicians

Laszlo Benko plays :
Roland S-770, D70, D550, U220, R8M, W30, Super JX
Additional Musician : Janos Kobor, Guitar

Releases information

CD MEGA HCD 37476 (1991)

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LÁSZLÓ BENKő Omegamix ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (50%)
Collectors/fans only (25%)
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Review by NotAProghead
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Errors & Omissions Team
3 stars ''Omegamix'' is the most accessible solo work of Laszlo Benko. There are two long tracks, each, in its turn, contains cuts of OMEGA tunes performed by Laszlo on keyboards. Other band members are also credited, but it's not so easy to distinguish between electronic drums played by Ferenc Debreceni and programmed drum sounds.

OMEGA are great masters to create nice and memorable melodies, so no wonder this record is enjoyable. Good to listen to in the background, especially if you recognize the tunes. If you are not familiar with OMEGA songs you probably will be pleased with this album, but I don't think after listening to it you'll rush to search band's albums in stores. Anyway, hardly essential, but nice CD.

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3 stars Rather than hiring a full symphony orchestra as many groups from Pink Floyd to Metallica have done in the past to interpret their music on special occasions, Omega`s redoubtable keyboard player Laszlo Benko did away with that approach and like some sort of clairvoyant gazing into a shrew stone per ... (read more)

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