Guernica Kaizoh E No Yakudoh

Info about Guernica - Kaizoh E No Yakudoh
Artist Guernica
Year 1982
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Studio Album
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Added by DamoXt7942 8 years ago
Importance Essential release
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8.5 x1
Eclectic Experimental Prog Rock/New Age
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Review by DamoXt7942 8 years ago <Permalink>
8.5
Experimental Prog New Age/Electronic
Hard to be categorized - as I say by one phrase.

I've wondered how the Japanese music scene itself should diagnose GUERNICA, and simultaneously been very happy to come across them. In those days, there might be no artist like them...neither purely avantgarde nor purely electronic, absolutely progressive with psychedelic spice...all over the world, not only in Japan. Jun's antique atmosphere, mysterious voices, and charming eyes (!) - with Koji's wonderful creation - were more important than anything else. The stories of this album were set up as in Japanese 1920s - about Taisho era, one of Japanese developing period. All the tunes are electronic-avantgarde with ancient, dignified and magnified flavour. However, they could not produce such a characteristic style without Jun's eerily terrific voices - I can imagine without difficulty.

Forgive me but you cannot realize only with my review without listening to the album...on the contrary, can understand why it be difficult for them to be classify strictly I guess.

"Progressive Antique" genre should be made soon! ...cracked a joke. Please enjoy!
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8 years ago
DamoXt7942
8.5
Experimental Prog New Age/Electronic