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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Last time updated on
Sep-15-2016

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 From:

    San Sebastián  

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


Oscar Belío (keys and vocals), Toño Cruz (guitar and vocals), Juan Carlos Pérez (drums) (by Mikel Torés by Xabi Martínez), Josemari Aguirrezabala (bass, wind and voice).


 Discography:



Manifesto
(1991)


The Meaning
(1996)


DHD
(2015)

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 Opinions and other informations:

    

Sounds like some spanish Marillion wannabees with a really annoying singer. Occasionally their neo-prog interpretations burst into something interesting, but I just can't get comfortable with the singer, who sounds like Fish on qualudes with a mouth full of marbles. Vocals are in English.(?)


Excellent symphonic band from San Sebastian, joined in the middle 80's with a basis in the days of glory of Van der Graaf Generator, King Crimson or Genesis. An ambitious project with very nice international critics. The opened for Peter Hammill in '96. J.J. Iglesias (Revista Atropos)


Review of the record "Manifesto" (in spanish)