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A Conundrum/Trembling

Glasswork

A Conundrum/Trembling

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  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.

Type: Single

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 2

Language: English

Total size: 24.54 Mb

Year: 2017

Total price: $0.24


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Title
Price
Bitrate
Duration
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1
$0.12
320
04:34
10.47 Mb
2
$0.12
320
06:08
14.06 Mb


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Glasswork are back with the best that modern European Prog has to offer. This gem of a band from Spain are on point with this EP from taken from their most recent full length Fear and Trembling. The first tune A Conundrum gets out of the gates quick with a basic roll call of instruments just to let you know their not messing around. Melodic vocals and a taught arrangement dominate this tune but the real star might be the piano break/solo in the middle. It's a little unexpected and it swirls around the rhythm section to show these guys have grown from the previous effort and that they are very thoughtful players. Thoughts of Wishbone Ash and Gong come to mind.
With Trembling we're given a change of pace, acoustic intro, something Pink Floydian in nature in fact. It's perhaps a slightly more obscure reference but this one definitely sounds like early (New Zealand pop/rock band) Split Enz. In fact even the vocals could pass for a young Tim Finn. The mid-tempo ballad is given ballast with full on electric breaks and recalls Queensryche in it's execution. This Ep works because we are given two disparate songs in structure but also because they both essentially rock, and with the inclusion of Trembling, you get the sense immediately that this might be the centrepiece of the album.

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