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Eldorado - Babylonia Haze Award winner

Eldorado
Babylonia Haze
by Eldad “Blacknasa” Stainbook at 03 May 2015, 1:24 PM

Hailing from Spain, yes the second review I do about a Spanish band this month, probably something good is going on in Spain regarding music, let’s hope that the economy will be the same. It took me some time to understand the band’s release schedule however after searching the void I figured it out. Since 2010 and their second album, ELDORADO has been releasing out two albums with each new release, one in their native Spanish, the other in English. The songs are the same, but often with different titles. Once more, this year ELDORADO already released “Karma Generator” in Spanish and, “Babylonia Haze” in English, considered in this review.

So ELDORADO’s latest and newest album  “Babylonia Haze” comes with ten tracks; let’s take a look back on the music style of ELDORADO, ELDORADO  once more; I went to listen to their old albums, which pursue melodic Hard and Heavy Rock touched with some Blues with roots in the early Rock of the 70’s. When I talk about Rock of the 70’s don’t be amazed if you get some DEEP PURPLE on the mind with “Flowers of Envy”, that do an amazing homage to the classic keyboard infused musical style of DEEP PURPLE and even URIAH HEEP. however in order to get a grasp of the bending style and greatness you only need to listen to the first track “Mad Woman”, this track will leave no crevice untouched! I think that ELDORADO chose to start the album with this track just to let you better understand what you are going into, no debut classic Hard Rock.

Don’t let the start of the album fool you, it’s not only head banging, motorcycle chasing Hard Rock, there are some amazing near ballads in the 70’s style like, “Flowers of Envy” that I have already mentioned and also “Breathe the Night”  that goes deep into the classic 70’s ballad style with the use of a acoustic guitar and flute.

It’s an easy review, I will finish and say, has a great fan of the style and the 70’s amazing great bands, ELDORADO stand tall with some giants, I’m a fan.

5 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Mad Woman
2. Evil People
3. Breathe the Night
4. Goodbye & Carry On
5. I'll be Satisfied
6. Flowers of Envy
7. Resurrection Song
8. You Don't Wanna Need her
9. Karma Generator
10. Moon Girl
Lineup:
Jesus Trujillo - Vocals
Cesar Sanchez - Bass
Andres Duende - Guitars
Javier Planelles - Drums
Record Label: Independent
     


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