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3.55 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2011

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1. No more... (7:42)

Total Time 07:42

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- Vitaly Popeloff / guitars, lead vocals
- Igor Elizov /keyboards, vocals
- Albert Khalmurzaev/ bass
- Ali Izmailov / drums

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Recorded at IOSIS Studio (2011, Tashkent, UZ)

Available for free streaming on the band's website: http://fromuz.bandcamp.com/album/no-more-single

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3.55
(4 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
25%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
50%
Good, but non-essential (25%)
25%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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Review by Conor Fynes
PROG REVIEWER
4 stars 'No More...' - Fromuz (Single)

Here is a single song from the Uzbekistani jazz fusion ensemble Fromuz (styled From.uz). Left off of their 2011 double album 'Quartus Artifactus', I can see why Fromuz may have wanted 'No More...' to take its own path, as the sound here is fairly different than what the album had in store. Whereas 'Quartus Artifactus' was primarily an instrumental jazz fusion affair, Fromuz uses a variety of different styles and fuses them all together into one eight minute song. The most striking thing about this song is the use of vocals, which is something I had heard Fromuz do a little bit on their latest LP, but it felt like an idea that was never really explored. 'No More...' proves to me that Fromuz should certainly check into this sound more, the vocals really compliment the more traditional prog sound they have here. On top of melodies and soaring vocals that sound almost spotted from neo-prog, there is still the impressive jazz musicianship in the technical instrumental sections. A very good song with enough ideas to call it something of a mini-epic. Great stuff!

Review by memowakeman
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
3 stars A great song!

This is the last track released by Fromuz, a very interesting band from Uzbekistan that has gained recognition in the last years, thanks to their original and ambitious sound. "No more?" is a song that did not have room in their latest full-length album entitled "Quartus Artifactus" but that without a doubt is worth listening, and better, free-to-download-

It is a seven-minute composition that does not really have the sound that Fromuz usually offers; this is also an ambitious song, with a vast mixture of musical elements and genres. The first moments have a sense of tranquility, nice atmospheric sounds and textures that little by little are increasing until a completely new sound appears. The guitars and drums are aggressive in moments, and the vocals have a distinct sound. After two minutes we have a change, nice guitar and background keyboards for some seconds, then a fast piano sound and later a wonderful mellotron sound appears, in a passage that sounds terribly good, and terribly progressive.

The instrumental section shows the musician's quality and skills, we have a well-composed and structured track, with several inner changes that make evident the ambitions of the band, and how in one single track they manage to offer something really strong and interesting. In the last minute the vocals return and turn the song as it previously was, and continues like this until there are five seconds left, when it has a fast and progressive ending.

This is a very nice track from Fromuz, go and download it! The track itself deserves at least four stars, but I give to it three, you know, I don't usually rate with more than 3 stars singles or EPs.

Enjoy it!

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