Thursday, 24 October 2019
East - Hüség (1982)
The second album from this band from Hungary.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, bass, keyboards, guitars and vocals.
Their debut album was a rather good debut album which I really enjoyed. So I am happy to continue with their second album.
The vocals are still in their local language Magyar.
The band still plays neo-prog.
So we are where we were on their debut album.
Some long guitar and keyboards runs over some melodic neo-prog. The sound is clean and open.
The sound and music is perhaps a bit too clean. But that is just some minor errors. The major one is the lack of any really great tunes and songs here on this three quarter of an hour long album.
There is no great songs here. Nevertheless, this is a good album with some good vocals, keyboards and guitars. It is an album neo-prog historians and fans will both like.