Los Maximos Exponentes Movimiento Sonidero: Three out of the nine tracks are over the min. The mediocre keyboard sound and the non-prog uninspiring compositions are a negative factor, but a listener with patience is sure to find some great musical pearls in here, full of keyboard flashes, interplays and nice atmospheres.
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Control Room Secondee CD. Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. L'ovni Jul Audio CD.
Deep orchestral passages and sharp synthesizers along with diverse guitar themes, ranging from melodic to even jazzy vibes, combine for soundscapes, that can be ethereal, atmospheric or more aggressive.
These tracks, and fortunately these occupy the major part of the album, will definitely reward the listener. The more straightforward tunes are mostly forgettable and far from the prog side of the band, not to mention the awful digital horn sections. It lacks any sign of personality, but these are certainly some 70 minutes of well-played, passionate and interesting music. The band began playing concerts and releasing singles, some of which garnered the band some local radio play, but the band's first album would not come for another 8 years.
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Recommended overall, especially for fans of keyboard-based ogni Progressive Rock. Kristian Calderon left the band after the release of "Arcoiris" and was replaced by Gabriel Catena. Inthe band changed its name to OVNI and began playing progressive rock.
The vocals, provided by Rafael Alafaro, are pretty great with a clear color and nice tone range. Studio Album, 3. The band released a single in late which gained quite a bit of popularity on local radio. Ovni's sound has become more symphonic, the arrangements more elaborate and the grandiose side of the group is fully revealed in the long epics of this work.
The band started off singing in English. The mediocre keyboard sound and the non-prog uninspiring compositions are a negative factor, but a listener with patience is sure to find some great musical pearls in here, full of keyboard flashes, interplays and nice atmospheres.
For this album, the band began singing in both English and Spanish.
Overall this is a bit of inconsistent release with both good and weak tracks and the length of the album seems sometimes too much to handle. Inthe band released the concept album "Humanos Pero Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.
One foot has fully stepped on symphonic-inclined Progressive Rock with polished and demanding arrangements, the other being a tribute to Melodic Rock with both atmospheric and easy-going lines. Another strong work by Ovni towards the right direction.
Rafael, Javier, Juan and Jorge remain the current lineup of the band today.
Following the release of the CD, the members decided to pursue separate interests and the band broke up. The live album "La Experiencia" followed in Ovni are not really helped by the bearable production, the annoying drum machines and the somewhat cheap synthesizers here and there, but the truth is that this band has some talent.
Results cached 12h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 25 items. The three members remaining at the time stayed together and went under the name ARC. The album contains some brand new material, taking the whole first CD, and older re- recorded songs from the band's past live recordings, which capture the second one.
Rich instrumental themes, atmospheric breaks and a strong sense of melody are the basic elements of the new adventurous Ovni sound. At this point, the band, who had previously sung all of their lyrics in English, began singing in Spanish. The keyboard instrumental tunes are nice with a decent virtuosic performance and good technique, always with the needed symphonicism, but the sound of synths and organs is a bit plastic. The first CD included all new music, while the second CD included songs which had previously been played live but had never been recorded.
For the first time Ovni would choose English as the main language of their lyrics, propably aiming to a wider recognition, with only a few tracks sung Spanish.