- 1. IgraĊ
3. Vrt Svetlosti
4. Lunarni Modus
IGRA STAKLENIH PERLI
Vrt Svetlosti[engl] Second album by this Yugoslavian band from 1980, typical in sound, style and emotional expression for the classic Eastern European progressive sound. The symphonic aspect with straight but very mind blowing synthesizer harmonies and cheerfully grand guitar leads have taken over the scepter from the debut album’s more space rock oriented direction here. A colorful, very lush but still strong and visionary ocean of melodies and sounds capes opens up before your ears and invites you to dive deep into your imagination. IGRA STAKLENIH PERLI have indeed created a “garden of light”, for this is what the title would mean in English. This is a floating stream of majestic rock that recalls the greatest European fantasy prog acts of their era such as ELOY, OMEGA from Hungary, the earlier FAITHFUL BREATH and GDR greats such as BERLUC when it gets heavier or LIFT. And you can bet, IGRA STAKLENIH PERLI know everything about dynamics, so they turn up the volume and rock like wild beasts when the music demands it. So, folks, don’t be shy, don’t hesitate, take a seat and let the fantastic journey begin.
- EAN 5051890083616
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