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1990 Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (17 septembre 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000030CO
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. A Viking Visszater
  2. Ellenpont
  3. Oz
  4. Mickey Mouse
  5. Eden
  6. Hullamok
  7. Egeszeges Optimizmus
  8. Los Angeles 2026

Disque : 2

  1. Ejszakai Tarlat
  2. Kozjatek A
  3. Szabadjatek
  4. Kozjatek B
  5. Ejfeli Valcer
  6. Kozjatek C
  7. Jozsi Mateszalkara Megy
  8. Kozjatek D
  9. Ejszakai Tarlat V. (1990)
  10. Kozjatek E
  11. E-Moll Concerto (Allegro Con Molto)
  12. Paella
  13. A Kigyo Szive
  14. Ez Nem Kan-Kan
  15. Magyar Tanc
  16. Duo
  17. Solaris 1990

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent 4 juillet 2013
Par Ricardo Fer Bocus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
To the worshipers of symphonic progressive rock, this title can not miss in your collection, magnificent band, with excellent instrumental arrangements
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Strictly From Hungary 28 octobre 2001
Par El Kabong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
1990 is excellent instrumental rock, incorporating elements of symphonic progressive and hard rock with touches of spacerock, fusion & even a moment of pastoral folk now and again. Over the 2 CD set, the compositions stay one step ahead of the listener; just when you think you've got Solaris pinned down, they back you off the plate with inside heat or fool you with a slow curve deep in the count. (Is everyone sick of these baseball analogies? I know I am.) I was actually expecting something more in a Eloyish vein (mainly on account of the name of the band), but this is more energetic and exhilirating than Eloy by a good measure - no vocals, for one thing, and these guys are all ace players with plenty chops...whereas Eloy is a one or two-man show who kinda trance you out with slow-building themes. Unfortunately, ALL of this cd's liner notes/credits are in Hungarian, a language I can't decipher to save my life, but it makes little difference once you hit 'play'. Also I was under the mistaken impression 1990 was a live album, when in actuality it's a mix of new studio tracks and reworked, re-recorded early material predating their first, landmark, release, MARSBELI KRONIKAK. The highlights here are many, foremost being the epic "Los Angeles 2026"; an extended-play tour de force that covers much stylistic territory and never once grows tiresome. I may as well warn you now that the very last track on Disc 2 is, hopefully, some sort of joke...it begins with the "Star Wars"' theme before devolving into the cheesiest disco I've endured in quite some time. It's crap, but it's one 4-minute track stacked against 90+ minutes of high-quality symphonic rock and it at least wraps up the proceedings on a humorous note. Like most former Soviet-satellite states, Hungary continues to produce an impressive torrent of splendid progressive rock that's worth the effort of tracking down and sampling.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Solaris - Progressive Rock From Hungary 4 avril 2008
Par Steven Sly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Solaris are a progressive rock band from Hungary that started out back in the early 80's. I picked up this album about 10 years ago when the re-united band were appearing at the North East Art Rock Festival in Pennsylvania. I have not listened to this disc in a long time, but I was pleasently surprised by reacquainting myself with it. This is a very very good band and a fine album. The disc is a double containing re-worked early tracks and tracks that were new at the time. The bands music falls in the symphonic progressive rock camp, but there is very little that is cliché about them. They incorporate many different elements into their music with plenty of twists and turns to keep things interesting. Everything is instrumental save for one track sung in Hungarian. In some ways they remind me of fellow countrymen After Crying or Sweden's Isldurs Bane. If you like either of those bands you will probably dig this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing, lush symphonic progressive rock from Hungary 18 janvier 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the second (and unfortunately, final) studio record from this great instrumental band. The music is square in the symphonic progressive rock genre, excellent instrumentation throughout. This is a double CD which contains a 20+ minute long track (Los Angeles 2026) and shorter titles, that are partly from the earlier recordings (pre-Martian Chronicles) of the band, but contain new material as well. Look for their first record that is considered as an absolute masterpiece among symph prog rockers (Martian Chronicles). They also have a double album (Live in Los Angeles), released in 1996.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A masterpiece !!! 12 mars 2007
Par J. Rodriguez Rivero - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of the best prog. CDs !!! a mix of Prog rock and classical sounds...
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