The Spanish Progressive Rock Encyclopedia

The opinions and feelings are from a number of afficionados to this genre, so the descriptions and opinions contained in the entries do not necessarely match mine. Any correction or addendum is welcome. Send them to me via e-mail to inesta[sorry]dlsi.ua.es and the entry will be updated. Thanks for your collaboration!

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 From:

    Valencia  

 Musicians: (original line-up and changes between parenthesis)


Pep Llopis (keys), Carles Picó (guitar), Vicent Cortina (drums), Vicent Fontelles (guitar), and Paco Cintero (bass) (por Manolo Pérez).


 Discography:



Holocaust
(1978)

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Another solid Spanish symphonic band reissued by Laser's Edge and quite good albeit nothing special. (?)


Spanish symphonic King Crimson influenced band. Good but not great. A little tedious, long hyperextended tracks that lack direction. (?)


A Spanish band that is fairly unique to my ears, but not very exciting musically. It's not bad, but fails to develop any real excitement. I am reminded somewhat of mellow King Crimson, but the interplay isn't as complex nor as tight as Crimson. Coming from Catalan, there are obvious Spanish influences, such as in the use of trumpet and acoustic guitar. I like it for an occasional listen, but I wouldn't go out of my way to get it. Which is just as well, as the CD (on Laser's Edge) is out of print. (?)


Review of the record "Holocaust" (in spanish)