I purchased this album when I reacted on an add in the former Spanish
progrock magazine "Sirius". Spanish proghead Angel Romero (now living in
the USA) offered his entire LP collection because of his "dust-allergy".
How sad for him, how lucky for me! This album is a good example of the
unique and delicate Spanish progrock.
The first two tracks "Pesadilla de vivir" and "El poder de la
libertad" are tasteful mid-tempo rock songs with strong vocals and nice
work on guitar. The third Anoranza is very beautiful featuring a kind of
bluesy symphonic rock with warm Spanish vocals and wonderful choir-Mellotron
waves. The final song on side 1 entitled "Camino del universo" sounds
pleasant and catchy delivering delicate and varied work on keyboards and
fine rhythm guitar. Side two starts with the catchy track "Tau Ceti"
featuring a tight and propulsive rhythm-section, lots of powerful and fiery
electric guitar runs and some beautiful choir-Mellotron, what a captivating
combination! Then "Detenido en la Materia", an alternating piece with
strong electric guitar work along powerful Spanish vocals, fiery saxophone
and wonderful keyboard sounds.
Erik Neuteboom (Progwalhalla/Prog Archives/Background Magazine)