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 ï»¿CRACK : “Si Todo Hiciera Crack”

This Spanish band came from Gijon, the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula. Their only album “Si Todo Hiciera Crack” (1980) is one of the jewels of the Spanish progressive rock. It contains seven tracks, all with a beautiful harmony between keyboards, guitar and flute. There are hints of early GENESIS (sensitive piano chords and moving Mellotron waves) and JETHRO TULL (flute) but the typical Spanish climate and the elaborate compositions makes this album to an enthralling and emotional experience. It’s one of the most symphonic rock inspired Spanish progrock albums.

Created in 1994. ©José Manuel Iñesta. Hosted by Dept. Computer Languages and Systems of the University of Alicante, Spain.

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