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En la actualidad se han conservado en su estado inicial solamente las puertas de Tobolsk. Algunas personas no entienden la idea de teatro, circo. Some people do not understand the idea of theater, circus.

The circus is an unforgettable experience for all children. Bienvenidos a este circo pobre que llamamos Narco News. Welcome to this poor circus that we call Narco News. Batumi es un circoMuseo de Arte y el teatro. Each of these episodes ends with a circus staff member posting a notice that the corresponding act will not be performed. When Mortadelo tries to open the crates with a hammer and chisel, their contents are revealed to be sensitive high explosives, El Circo detonation completely eradicate the circus.

An entertaining album that will fascinate the progger in search of a mental challenge. But have you heard Marsupilami? Review by Warthur Prog Reviewer. After many auditions and new members joining and quickly departing, the brothers cemented their new band by picking off their favorite talents from local band and thus the newly formed lineup included Mike Fouracre drums and Richard Hicks bass guitar who came from local blues outfit Justin's Timepiece and Dave Laverock guitar came from a semi-pro band, the Sabres.

Leary's flute playing, art student girlfriend, Jessica Stanley Clarke now Jecka McVicar, Britain's foremost organic herb grower joined the cast and one of the world's most sophisticated early prog bands was born.

They were also gaining quite the reputation as formidable stage presence on the mainland in Europe and after finding the perfect manager in Julian Palmer-Hill, they were approached by MCA for a record contract but opted instead to sign with the independent Transatlantic Records which was looking to diversify into the greater rock world beyond their avant-garde and folk based acts of The Humblebums, John Fahey, John Cage and even Zappa's "Uncle Meat," just to name a few.

This eponymous debut album is the essence of what would become the norm in adventurous prog that coming to fruition the following year thus in effect jump starting the arms race of pomp and awe that meant each band The Arena - Marsupilami - Arena (CD attempt to outdo the other with ever increasing albums of complexity. While the musical mojo shifts stylistically at the drop of a hat randomly metamorphosing from heavy organ tinged rock to folky flute based dreamscapes with chanting and then off to full-on jazz-rock fusion splendor, the lyrics constructed a more ominous and apocalyptic vision such as on the all instrumental "Ab Initio Ad Finem" which is a musical interpretation of a sermon from the Old Testament of the Bible which narrates humanity's undoing through a global catastrophe.

Despite being one of the more "normal" tracks steeped more in a 60s psych throwback rather than 70s excess, the track still exhibits unorthodoxies.

S Bach funeral march while a caffeinated bongo attack creates an impenetrable percussive wall of sound only to be uplifted by a somewhat contemplative flute that can't decide if it's having a good day or not. When the guitars finally emerge, they soar above it all and tamp down the competition until it finally mellows out into a somewhat funk meets flute vibe.

The track continues to transmogrify into completely new unrelated territories and although instrumental indeed conveys a lifetime of emotions in its wake. The closing "Facilis Descencus Averni" opens The Arena - Marsupilami - Arena (CD a call and response of flute and guitar but quickly settles into a more rockin' set with the oddly shaped angular vocal harmonics indicative of the album and goes to even further ends of changing things up frequently but with the intro melodic reprise grounding it somewhat.

This last piece if by far the most adventurous and demanding piece and the perfect way to end this brilliant ahead-of-its- time album. The skill and dexterity that the musicians exhibit is simply impeccable as they effortlessly meander in unison all across the bizarrely constructed soundscapes. Perhaps only dampened by the rather mopey vocal style of Fred Hasson for some as it certainly is an acquired taste and it goes without saying that this is one of those tough nuts to crack musical experiences as it takes a multitude of listening sessions to fully comprehend and then a few more to really let sink in.

While emerging as the most angular and demanding listens of the year it was released, there are Album) of dark but beautiful melodic hooks that create a certain level of instant accessibility however they are indeed relentless in their abandonment just as things become familiar as well.

Psychedelic Krautrock tinged sections? Yep, the very first track "Dorian Deep" begins with a firm tie to the 60s with a nice lysergic mind-expanding intro that slowly gels into a creeping organ and spooky vocal 'aaah's' that coalesce into a bass, drum, organ and vocal melodic development which is revisited throughout.

As the Album) continues it pretty much displays a various mix of freak folk flute action preceding the Comus masterpiece "First Utterance," symphonic pastoral interludes that Genesis would latch onto the same year, pugnacious organ rock aspects that Deep Purple were only beginning to develop and even full fledged progressive rock high energy deliveries that wouldn't be fully unleashed at this level again until Il Balletto Di Bronzo's groundbreaking "Ys.

While it seems most reviewers feel reluctant to give this the full masterpiece creds, i personally have no problem pulling the trigger for a 5 star piece of heaven such as this. This album truly makes me wonder how many other more successful bands were listening to this and latched onto some of the ideas presented. There is just so much on here that it's mind blowing.

This is truly a Code Red, Phase 5, top notch prog album that registers a 10 on the prog-o-meter. Simply stunning and beyond belief. A personal favorite. Mostly performed in the studio live to best capture the lively spontaneous energy of the group, the album instantly rages to life from its opening seconds with possibly one of the greatest ever introductions on a Seventies prog album - just listen to vocalist Fred Hasson's unhinged and demented feral outburst - "We've come here today to rip the veil from your eyes, unhinge your heads and pull out your BLOODY MINDS!!

It goes on to bombard the listener with wailing guitar soloing, snaking thick bass punctuations and a breakneck pummelling of drums, with quieter breaks of careful organ, flute ruminations and nimble fingered jazzy electric piano runs.

Some blasting up-tempo spots almost come close to Genesis and the shimmering reaching guitar strains briefly remind of Yes' Steve Howe. Four and a half stars. They added a new member for this release in Mandy Riedelbanch who plays sax, flute and percussion bringing The Arena - Marsupilami - Arena (CD up to a seven piece band.

Also they have two guests helping out in Bob West who helped Album) the lyrics for this concept about the "Arena" where so much violence and death occurred in the name of entertainment etc.

We get mellotron on this one as well with plenty of it on the first three tracks. Aggressive drumming and guitar lead the way early on before it settles right down with reserved vocals. So good. Vocals come in and eventually organ as the music continues to shift. A calm before 3 minutes then it builds.

I like the keyboards, percussion and flute here then the vocals return along with some intensity. Nice guitar solo too. The bass is throbbing as we are treated to an excellent instrumantal section. Man this sounds so good 5 minutes in after the vocals stop briefly. It's almost haunting late for a short time. The flute that joins the organ is wicked. What I love about this band more than anything is their instrumental work and thankfully we get plenty of that the rest of the way.

This is the longest song at just under 13 minutes. Great sound with the percussion, guitar and organ before female vocal melodies join in. They seem to jam here which is fine by me. Vocals and flute are back 4 minutes in. It kicks back in a minute later with vocals. We get another killer instrumental section starting 9 minutes in.

Reserved male vocals with a mellow sound follow but this song continues to have many time changes. A very entertaining track to say the least. Freaky stuff before a melancholic organ and sound takes over. I like the flute and organ here. The harmonica before 2 minutes is brief then the vocals come in. It's still laid back. This is really good as the vocals and flute standout. Piano joins in. A jazzy vibe around 5 minutes caused mostly by the bass playing then the sax joins in.

This instrumental section continues for some time then the vocals return after 7 minutes as the sound changes. It's laid back here but the intensity rises late with the organ and sax dominating. It's pastoral to start before becoming experimental quickly.


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