Änglagård: Hybris (1992) {2009 Remaster + Bonus Track} [FLAC]




Artist: Änglagård

Album: Hybris
Genre: Symphonic Progressive Rock
Year: 1992
Country: Sweden
Label/Catalog: Änglagård Records/ANG 01
Format: FLAC (image+cue+log)




PORTUGUÊS:
Apesar de ter durado pouquíssimo tempo, o Änglagård atualmente é considerado como um dos melhores grupos suecos de progressivo e surgiu em um período em que houve um renascimento do progressivo, em que o gênero foi modernizado, mas sem perder o vínculo suas as raízes do início dos anos 70.

Hybris foi o primeiro de dois álbuns de estúdio que a banda produziu, fora um ao vivo que veio por último, e mostra plenamente o alto nível de qualidade da maneira que só as bandas escandinavas são capazes de produzir.

Mais outro imperdível pros fãs de progressivo sinfônico.

ENGLISH:
In despite of having lasted for a very short time, Änglagård is considered nowadays as one of the best Swedish progressive groups and arose in a period of the rebirth of the progressive genre, on which it was modernized without losing its original roots that are dated from the early 70s.

Hybris was the first of two studio albums, besides a live one, the last to be released, and fully shows high-level quality stuff in a way that only Scandinavian bands are capable to deliver.

Another one that is not to be missed by symphonic progressive fans.




Tracklist:
01 Jordrök (11:10)
02 Vandringar i Vilsenhet (11:53)
03 Ifrån Klarhet Till Klarhet (8:04)
04 Kung Bore (12:57)
Bonus Track
05 Gånglåt från Knapptibble (7:19)

Line-up:
Thomas Johnson - Mellotron, Hammond organ B-3 and L-100, solina, clavinet, pianet, korg mono/poly, piano, church organ electronic version
Jonas Engdegård - Stratocaster, Gibson 335, nylon and steel acoustic guitars
Tord Lindman - vocals, Gibson 335, nylon & steel acoustic guitars
Johan Högberg - Rickenbacker bass, basspedals, mellotroneffects
Anna Holmgren - flute
Mattias Olsson - Sonor drumset, Zildjians cymbals, concert bass drum, triangles, tambourines, vibraslap, po-chung, gong, castanets, line-bells, cow-bell, wood-blcok, glockenspiel, tubular bells, bongos, bells, ice-bell, finger cymbals, waterfall, a-gogo bells, cabasa, claves, French cowbell, African drums, effect-flute

Originally released in 1992 as Mellotronen MELLOCD004.



Download:

http://minhateca.com.br/nelwizard/Anglagard+-+Hybris,447601704.rar(archive)

Comentários

  1. Puta! Como vai! Bom... vc sabe que quem vem pra zona, já sabe o que tá queredo, então, vou direto ao ponto: vc sabe de onde ou de quem ou de quando, ou qualquer informação sobre a frase: SÓ O ROCK AND ROLL SALVA? É para um trabalho do curso de Direito, uma porra! Se uder ajudar, depravada roqueira, eu ficarei mais devedor do que nunca.

    Um abraço!

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  2. Great stuff, lovers of classic sympphonic/eclectic prog, don't miss!!

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  3. Änglagård Premise:Revaluing the extraordinary legacy of progressive bands as Genesis,Yes and King Crimson, among others. The fact is that this Swedish band Änglagård, disappointed perhaps the course that had taken the prog rock in the early 90's, decided to take the bull by the horns and silence once and those who proclaim loudly the death of this great nurt . Needless to say they accomplished their mission !
    Swedish band, whose members were all between the ages of 17 and 23 to show the world how prog rock should be done. And they did it with flying colors! For one, their keyboardist, Thomas Johnson, whipped out the Mellotron and Hammond organ, but no digital synthesizers at all (or anything else digital, for that matter). The band also featured two guitarists, Tord Lindman and Jonas Engdegård, who alternate between acoustic and electric, much in the styles of Robert Fripp or Steve Hackett. Bassist Johan Högberg, flautist Anna Holmgren, and drummer/percussionist Mattias Olsson rounds up the lineup.
    Just listen to the opening cut, "Jordröck" and you'll know what I mean. The music is unbelievable complex, with lots of changes, just like the best prog rock from the 1970s.
    The next three cuts, "Vandringar i Vilsenhet", "Ifrån Klarhet till Klarhet", and "Kung Bore" are all in this same excellent quality, and is similar to the first cut. Musically they're influenced by the likes of Yes, Genesis, and King Crimson. There's that uniquely Scandinavian atmosphere to the whole album that makes me think of Bo Hansson. But if anything, Hybris reminds me of a certain American prog rock album: Cathedral's Stained Glass Stories (1978), which I also very highly recommend! So if you like Cathedral, you're sure to dig Änglagård.

    So if you've given up prog rock since the late '70s, or you're looking for a '90s band that sounds '70s, Hybris is a must!

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  4. para registrar que temos o prazer de ter o Anglagard de volta - teremos um novo CD agora em Junho. além disso estão fazendo shows, ainda não fui no DimeADozen pra ver se tem algum material de 2012. quem sabe seria uma boa para o projeto Queremos do RJ. abraços e parabéns pelo blog, acompanharei vocês a partir de agora. (www.anglagard.net)

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    1. Nas minhas visitas diárias ao Dime, eu achei uma filmagem feita da platéia de um desses shows desse ano. Tem também algumas coisas no Youtube que eu andei vendo por aí.

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