Hungary - Full Moon 37 - 10/24/99
Almost Pure Instrumental
A rock album full of long tracks and complex arrangements composed and executed
with a wide variety of classical instruments (cello, violin, piano, trumpet, horns,
winds, etc.) as well as the standard rock instruments.
The songs on the CD are rich symphonic atmospheres full of vivid images on a
modern tableaux. This release is a compilation containing some of the most
elaborate pieces that After Crying has concocted from the uncharted territories
of creative ingenuity and talent ... Elegant, vibrant and exhilarating!
PS! If you really want to experience the complete purity of the classically-tinged
progressive excitement, StereoPeripheric Records has a couple more delectable Hungarian
progressive intelligent rock recordings that will get your spirit going:
Force Majeure's Total Solar Eclipse (gracefully intense space-rock ala
Pink Floyd with echoes of Mike Oldfield on the aftermath of this year's
solar eclipse), and Kada's Kada (with their brand of improvisational
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