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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Haze - Hazecolor-Dia (1971)

Recorded in 1971, this German album is a complex progressive rock effort with plenty of excellent guitar playing and a bizarre vocal style. Some nice psychedelic touches also feature and the disc comes housed in a digi-pak with a photo transparency cover..

HAZE played excellent progressive rock with lots of impressive instrumental passages, but their lead-singer's voice sometimes sounded a little bit strange. Nevertheless it should be recommended for all fans of early 70's metal.

(Info by: CGR)

01 - Peaceful Nonsense - 7.18
02 - Fast Career - 8.35
03 - Be Yourself - 6.26
04 - A Way To Find the Paradise - 6.58
05 - Decision - 10.14

Size: 92.5 Mb
Bitrate: 320 mp3
Artwork Included


At 12:42 PM, Blogger MORNING said...


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At 9:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you very much. Great record in my opinion.


At 4:33 PM, Blogger mr.A said...

Thank you very much!

...of, Mijn dank is groot!

At 10:36 PM, Blogger 7-Floor said...

Graag gedaan, geniet ervan.

Groeten 7-Floor

At 1:01 AM, Blogger AussieRock said...

Thank you 7-Floor for this German 'blast from the past'. I bought this album from an import shop's sale bin many, many years ago (attracted by the multi-coloured transparency cover)
Not sure what happened to it - most likely traded it. Am really looking forward to hearing this again after so many years - cheers mate and great site !


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