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Este disco eu achei em uma loja, tinha exemplo em mp3 e foi amor à primeira vista
Talvez eu seja um dos únicos à ter e conhecer esta banda no Brasil
Fantástica banda inglesa, seu unico cd, eu acho que mistura Jethro com Yes com toques melódicos, exelentes instrumentações e vocais, ou seja para aqueles que realmente querem um progressivo de primeira qualidade
Então, sem maiores comentários, baixem e se divirtam ou fodam-se
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English

Hey your fucking freaks

I found this disc in a store, had such mp3 example and it was love at first sight
Maybe I'm the only one to have and know this band in Brazil
Great British band, his only cd, I think mixing with Yes to Jethro melodic touches, exelentes instrumentation and vocals, or for those who really want a top quality progressive

So, without further comment, download and have fun or fuck you

kisses


Adamus67 Raw Material

Aquaplanage group derived from a fairly popular in the British Isles Fragile cover band devoted to the work of Yes. And though the band's debut disc, you can catch here and there, a la Anderson atmosphere and the company is definitely a Aquaplanage say that they play like Yes, it would be too great a simplification.
Aquaplanage group composed of a six-game: Robert Illesh (g, k, fl), Steve Carney (v), John Bastable (bg),, Tom Dawe (g), Max Hunt (k), Mitch Harwood (drums) From what I remember, the latter is also a member of another, very popular British prog rock group named Tantalus. The album the band in a few songs ("The Sands Of Time", "Aquaplanage", "Ode To Grey Mornings") are accompanied by string trio: Deborah Peake, Ruth and Sophie McGibben Hurra.

The band with their music, which presents on this album ranks among the teams who play melodic progressive rock, whose inspirations are running in the direction of the characteristic "soft" sound typical of the American bands the likes of Styx, Boston and REO Speedwagon. But Aquaplanage can put it more strongly, and type in an epic variety of species. Evidence of this album even opens the song "Ode To Grey Mornings." This five-part, to last quarter suite is a real possibility of considerable review team. From the acoustic mood of cheerful folk music played on flute melodies (something like Jethro Tull) by sharp broken rock sound (bowing to King Crimson), through the scented atmosphere of the old epic of Genesis, to the neoprogresywne atmosphere in the vein of early Marillion. This composition is slightly suffers from neuter the final, but the poignant highlights of there are at least several times during its duration. The second track on the album, "The Sands Of Time" is an unexpected Middle Eastern influences. Certainly they are far from zeppelinowskiego "Kashmiru," but the many ethnic Turkish solution can certainly intriguing. The eight-minute recording of "Nature's Sunday" is a song full of contrasts and it starts from the soft guitar, piano, in his second hit of the full power loud hard rock guitar parts. Immediately after the disc is the instrumental track "Solara". This is based on piano sounds on a huge nod to Rick Wakemana solo career. On board are two other instrumental pieces: the title "Aquaplanage" and placed at the end of the album "Theme". Both are among the most melodic fragments of the album with a fast memorable melodic themes.

Ongoing program of this album supplement equal to the time three more songs, of which "One Star" is an attempt to address a group of Christmas carol, "A Song To Stand Above Them All" is a rather typical, making a little to the whole rock number, but it ' Heaven's Gate ', due to the unusually warm ears romantic melody and strong chorus, instantly became my favorite for the title of best song on the album.
Quite a successful album. I do not think it is true to his debut hit Aquaplanage conquered the world stage with prog rock, but we turn attention to this album. It is a fairly strong position, and - to allow for the fact that in the composition of the team has been operating for almost 10 years - as the first release in the acquis group, it sounds very mature and seems to be a very well crafted album and refined in every respect (for confirmation of my words I will add that the cover was designed by Ed Unitsky). You can hear clearly that Aquaplanage group knows what it's all progressive playing it. So, for me, this year's Aquaplanage candidate to a "progressive discovery of the year."

I caught up recently in the fact that listening to a new record automatically composes sentences in his mind of any review. That is especially the case of albums that have actually received for review. I conclude that it distorts a little bit, unfortunately, receipt of material, but it is somewhat inevitable. On the other hand, we should really try to be as objective a desire to not be an automatic przypochlebienia the band or label, on which boards receive.
With such a fresh approach and an open mind, put the player in question here puck. All indications are that the team Aquaplanage is not very well known in Poland, so let me write a few words about him. Actually, I think the best and highly original group will present the same: "We are born and die. It is immutable and absolute certainties of human existence. But between these events, we set off on a journey, intricate, winding path of experience and expertise. This path is not simple or equal to requires us to skilfully navigate through the storms of our individual experience and history. It's like sets the course for our personal landscape determines our individual beings. This is Aquaplanage
Note that Aquaplanage emerged from a Yes tribute band, Fragile. The album "Ode to Grey Mornings" is the debut of the group, but what would debut! Although the recordings were created already in 2002, but were only released late last year.
Aquaplanage: 

The album consists of 9 tracks that last a total of almost 59 minutes. Hovers over the whole aura of creativity Yes indeed, but Aquaplanage is by no means any clone nor a mere imitator, and the music will find much more precious accretions. That is at least in the opening disc, the most important and most advanced over a 15-minute composition "Ode To Grey Mornings." This multi-threaded, consisting of 5 parts of a song is like a quintessentially Aquaplanage. We can find all the characteristics of this team together in a truly impressive record. Stylistically it is associated with the achievements of Transatlantic, especially in the initial part, echoed in the background somewhere Jethro Tull from the early 70's. There is perhaps even such momentum, but it's an advantage, because the music sounds fresh and not tired as much. "Ode To Grey Mornings" is undoubtedly the most progressive song on the album, and another record is like a stylistic continuation of the individual parts of the suite.

"The Sands Of Time" is, in turn, the most original recording on the album. Original and unique because of the use of Orient music elements together with a strictly progressive primary motive. Due to these pollutants, and the title track, this recording reminds me irresistibly of the computer game 'Prince Of Persia ".

"Nature's Sunday" ends in a contractual sense, first, a more progressive part of the album that really shows the most impressive, though it will find even more things worth listening. Would put this song boldly next to "Ode To Grey Mornings," even though it is not recording as much comprehensive and of course shorter. Again, while listening to the music irresistibly think of Transatlantic. After a lazy and peaceful two-minute introduction followed by development with distinctive vocal harmonies. Very interesting as the use of the flute, which, moreover, appears very often on the album. In the end, the band finally decided to speed up and play more rock, using a strong guitar riff and raw solos. There will also be room for virtuoso performances by keyboardist who uses a whole range of sounds, from the very electronic by the Hammond piano ending. The whole ends with a gentle flute.

"Solara" as the first instrumental track on the album have been put on a miniature keyboard. Resonate with the echoes of Mike Oldfield's work, and Yes. This is such a light, very pleasant interlude, and how all three instrumental tracks, an ornament of this album. 
"Nature's Sunday" ends in a contractual sense, first, a more progressive part of the album that really shows the most impressive, though it will find even more things worth listening. Would put this song boldly next to "Ode To Grey Mornings," even though it is not recording as much comprehensive and of course shorter. Again, while listening to the music irresistibly think of Transatlantic. After a lazy and peaceful two-minute introduction followed by development with distinctive vocal harmonies. Very interesting as the use of the flute, which, moreover, appears very often on the album. In the end, the band finally decided to speed up and play more rock, using a strong guitar riff and raw solos. There will also be room for virtuoso performances by keyboardist who uses a whole range of sounds, from the very electronic by the Hammond piano ending. The whole ends with a gentle flute.

"Solara" as the first instrumental track on the album have been put on a miniature keyboard. Resonate with the echoes of Mike Oldfield's work, and Yes. This is such a light, very pleasant interlude, and how all three instrumental tracks, an ornament of this album.
"Aquaplanage" continues the instrumental part of the album. This song is one of the most beautiful moments of the album. Delicate use of cello, strings and flute provides the backdrop for an acoustic guitar in the style maintained by Steve Hackett. This remarkable, memorable melody, and we have a great example of a mini masterpiece.

"Heaven's Gate" is an obvious & hit. Yes, I'm not afraid to use the word, as in this song you will find all the characteristics of race, melodic hit, which of course never hit on any charts, but well you breathe and relax. Although the singer has a very original voice, but stylistically he sings here very much like Jon Anderson. Pleasant and cheerful song that perfectly fits the spring sunny climate.

"A Song to Stand Above Them All'' more rock, traditional piece that somehow does not convince me, unfortunately. Dominated by monotonous riff and slightly hidden hammondowskie keys is simply boring, expressionless. Only the middle, this little jazzy piece is worthy of attention . lot where an acoustic guitar and vocals in the style of Roger Daltrey. As a whole, this song is a huge disappointment.

But the next "Theme" rewarded all in two ways. This is the third and last longer instrumental. This time is kept in the style of Camel, and that to my ears the same sweetness. A wonderful, quiet, atmospheric and very moving moment on the album. For such moments should be familiar with this music. This track is unfortunately one drawback: it is simply too short.

The whole of the material ends very successful carol for me "One Star", banal and simple, but yet they must be Christmas carols. You could think to approach it more innovative. Well, too bad that the album did not end with "Theme".

I am very positively surprised Aquaplanage debut. Although the band has created quite uneven, sometimes secondary, but still generally quite fresh music that can really draw. Relying heavily on the style of the 70's and using the experience gained in a Yes tribute band, Fragile, musicians invited us to the rich land of progressive or maybe rock music art. Not ustrzegli the weaker moments, such songs as "One Star" or "A Song To Stand Above Them All" could even be on this record is not found, and not lose it on that, and even gained for me. On the other hand, the material on this album was created since 2002 and the band probably wanted him in the end the whole place on the debut. Really gained a surprisingly good result and I am glad that I could come into contact with the works. I do not know whether the group will release more albums, but I know that I will follow her fate, waiting for the continuation of "Aquaplanage".


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  1. Aquaplanage group derived from a fairly popular in the British Isles Fragile cover band devoted to the work of Yes. And though the band's debut disc, you can catch here and there, a la Anderson atmosphere and the company is definitely a Aquaplanage say that they play like Yes, it would be too great a simplification.
    Aquaplanage group composed of a six-game: Robert Illesh (g, k, fl), Steve Carney (v), John Bastable (bg),, Tom Dawe (g), Max Hunt (k), Mitch Harwood (drums) From what I remember, the latter is also a member of another, very popular British prog rock group named Tantalus. The album the band in a few songs ("The Sands Of Time", "Aquaplanage", "Ode To Grey Mornings") are accompanied by string trio: Deborah Peake, Ruth and Sophie McGibben Hurra.

    The band with their music, which presents on this album ranks among the teams who play melodic progressive rock, whose inspirations are running in the direction of the characteristic "soft" sound typical of the American bands the likes of Styx, Boston and REO Speedwagon. But Aquaplanage can put it more strongly, and type in an epic variety of species. Evidence of this album even opens the song "Ode To Grey Mornings." This five-part, to last quarter suite is a real possibility of considerable review team. From the acoustic mood of cheerful folk music played on flute melodies (something like Jethro Tull) by sharp broken rock sound (bowing to King Crimson), through the scented atmosphere of the old epic of Genesis, to the neoprogresywne atmosphere in the vein of early Marillion. This composition is slightly suffers from neuter the final, but the poignant highlights of there are at least several times during its duration. The second track on the album, "The Sands Of Time" is an unexpected Middle Eastern influences. Certainly they are far from zeppelinowskiego "Kashmiru," but the many ethnic Turkish solution can certainly intriguing. The eight-minute recording of "Nature's Sunday" is a song full of contrasts and it starts from the soft guitar, piano, in his second hit of the full power loud hard rock guitar parts. Immediately after the disc is the instrumental track "Solara". This is based on piano sounds on a huge nod to Rick Wakemana solo career. On board are two other instrumental pieces: the title "Aquaplanage" and placed at the end of the album "Theme". Both are among the most melodic fragments of the album with a fast memorable melodic themes.

    Ongoing program of this album supplement equal to the time three more songs, of which "One Star" is an attempt to address a group of Christmas carol, "A Song To Stand Above Them All" is a rather typical, making a little to the whole rock number, but it ' Heaven's Gate ', due to the unusually warm ears romantic melody and strong chorus, instantly became my favorite for the title of best song on the album.
    Quite a successful album. I do not think it is true to his debut hit Aquaplanage conquered the world stage with prog rock, but we turn attention to this album. It is a fairly strong position, and - to allow for the fact that in the composition of the team has been operating for almost 10 years - as the first release in the acquis group, it sounds very mature and seems to be a very well crafted album and refined in every respect (for confirmation of my words I will add that the cover was designed by Ed Unitsky). You can hear clearly that Aquaplanage group knows what it's all progressive playing it. So, for me, this year's Aquaplanage candidate to a "progressive discovery of the year."
    continuation-->>

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  2. I caught up recently in the fact that listening to a new record automatically composes sentences in his mind of any review. That is especially the case of albums that have actually received for review. I conclude that it distorts a little bit, unfortunately, receipt of material, but it is somewhat inevitable. On the other hand, we should really try to be as objective a desire to not be an automatic przypochlebienia the band or label, on which boards receive.
    With such a fresh approach and an open mind, put the player in question here puck. All indications are that the team Aquaplanage is not very well known in Poland, so let me write a few words about him. Actually, I think the best and highly original group will present the same: "We are born and die. It is immutable and absolute certainties of human existence. But between these events, we set off on a journey, intricate, winding path of experience and expertise. This path is not simple or equal to requires us to skilfully navigate through the storms of our individual experience and history. It's like sets the course for our personal landscape determines our individual beings. This is Aquaplanage
    Note that Aquaplanage emerged from a Yes tribute band, Fragile. The album "Ode to Grey Mornings" is the debut of the group, but what would debut! Although the recordings were created already in 2002, but were only released late last year.
    Aquaplanage:

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  3. The album consists of 9 tracks that last a total of almost 59 minutes. Hovers over the whole aura of creativity Yes indeed, but Aquaplanage is by no means any clone nor a mere imitator, and the music will find much more precious accretions. That is at least in the opening disc, the most important and most advanced over a 15-minute composition "Ode To Grey Mornings." This multi-threaded, consisting of 5 parts of a song is like a quintessentially Aquaplanage. We can find all the characteristics of this team together in a truly impressive record. Stylistically it is associated with the achievements of Transatlantic, especially in the initial part, echoed in the background somewhere Jethro Tull from the early 70's. There is perhaps even such momentum, but it's an advantage, because the music sounds fresh and not tired as much. "Ode To Grey Mornings" is undoubtedly the most progressive song on the album, and another record is like a stylistic continuation of the individual parts of the suite.

    "The Sands Of Time" is, in turn, the most original recording on the album. Original and unique because of the use of Orient music elements together with a strictly progressive primary motive. Due to these pollutants, and the title track, this recording reminds me irresistibly of the computer game 'Prince Of Persia ".

    "Nature's Sunday" ends in a contractual sense, first, a more progressive part of the album that really shows the most impressive, though it will find even more things worth listening. Would put this song boldly next to "Ode To Grey Mornings," even though it is not recording as much comprehensive and of course shorter. Again, while listening to the music irresistibly think of Transatlantic. After a lazy and peaceful two-minute introduction followed by development with distinctive vocal harmonies. Very interesting as the use of the flute, which, moreover, appears very often on the album. In the end, the band finally decided to speed up and play more rock, using a strong guitar riff and raw solos. There will also be room for virtuoso performances by keyboardist who uses a whole range of sounds, from the very electronic by the Hammond piano ending. The whole ends with a gentle flute.

    "Solara" as the first instrumental track on the album have been put on a miniature keyboard. Resonate with the echoes of Mike Oldfield's work, and Yes. This is such a light, very pleasant interlude, and how all three instrumental tracks, an ornament of this album.

    ResponderExcluir
  4. "Nature's Sunday" ends in a contractual sense, first, a more progressive part of the album that really shows the most impressive, though it will find even more things worth listening. Would put this song boldly next to "Ode To Grey Mornings," even though it is not recording as much comprehensive and of course shorter. Again, while listening to the music irresistibly think of Transatlantic. After a lazy and peaceful two-minute introduction followed by development with distinctive vocal harmonies. Very interesting as the use of the flute, which, moreover, appears very often on the album. In the end, the band finally decided to speed up and play more rock, using a strong guitar riff and raw solos. There will also be room for virtuoso performances by keyboardist who uses a whole range of sounds, from the very electronic by the Hammond piano ending. The whole ends with a gentle flute.

    "Solara" as the first instrumental track on the album have been put on a miniature keyboard. Resonate with the echoes of Mike Oldfield's work, and Yes. This is such a light, very pleasant interlude, and how all three instrumental tracks, an ornament of this album.

    "Aquaplanage" continues the instrumental part of the album. This song is one of the most beautiful moments of the album. Delicate use of cello, strings and flute provides the backdrop for an acoustic guitar in the style maintained by Steve Hackett. This remarkable, memorable melody, and we have a great example of a mini masterpiece.

    "Heaven's Gate" is an obvious & hit. Yes, I'm not afraid to use the word, as in this song you will find all the characteristics of race, melodic hit, which of course never hit on any charts, but well you breathe and relax. Although the singer has a very original voice, but stylistically he sings here very much like Jon Anderson. Pleasant and cheerful song that perfectly fits the spring sunny climate.

    "A Song to Stand Above Them All'' more rock, traditional piece that somehow does not convince me, unfortunately. Dominated by monotonous riff and slightly hidden hammondowskie keys is simply boring, expressionless. Only the middle, this little jazzy piece is worthy of attention . lot where an acoustic guitar and vocals in the style of Roger Daltrey. As a whole, this song is a huge disappointment.

    But the next "Theme" rewarded all in two ways. This is the third and last longer instrumental. This time is kept in the style of Camel, and that to my ears the same sweetness. A wonderful, quiet, atmospheric and very moving moment on the album. For such moments should be familiar with this music. This track is unfortunately one drawback: it is simply too short.

    The whole of the material ends very successful carol for me "One Star", banal and simple, but yet they must be Christmas carols. You could think to approach it more innovative. Well, too bad that the album did not end with "Theme".

    I am very positively surprised Aquaplanage debut. Although the band has created quite uneven, sometimes secondary, but still generally quite fresh music that can really draw. Relying heavily on the style of the 70's and using the experience gained in a Yes tribute band, Fragile, musicians invited us to the rich land of progressive or maybe rock music art. Not ustrzegli the weaker moments, such songs as "One Star" or "A Song To Stand Above Them All" could even be on this record is not found, and not lose it on that, and even gained for me. On the other hand, the material on this album was created since 2002 and the band probably wanted him in the end the whole place on the debut. Really gained a surprisingly good result and I am glad that I could come into contact with the works. I do not know whether the group will release more albums, but I know that I will follow her fate, waiting for the continuation of "Aquaplanage".

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  5. Oh Yeah!!!!
    Once again, I would like to thank Carlos ...called the OldBitch or Putaveia ... without it you may never have met Aquaplanage.
    Many thanks my friend!
    Best Regards,
    Adam.

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    Respostas
    1. Thanks a lot Adamus
      I included your fantastica material into bordel and phrock post
      Kisses

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    1. Hey Space
      I don't know why your comment only today come to here
      But, thanks a lot for your opinion
      Kisses

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  7. Rogerio M. Schirach5 de maio de 2012 18:13

    Bom demais, detonando os meus e os ouvidos da vizinhança, kkkkkkkkkk
    Puta sacanagem com estes vanerengos!!!!!
    Abração sua putona

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