3 de septiembre de 2009

ARMAGGEDON - Armaggedon (GERMANY-1970) @320

Why didn't this group record more than just one album? Their self-titled album is a heavy progressive masterpiece with excellent, Hendrix-influenced guitar work and vocals by Frank Diez. Armageddon was the start of his long and impressive career. Their album had six tracks, and two of them were cover versions. Most impressive was the 10 minute version of Jeff Beck Group's "Rice Pudding". This track had some of the greatest heavy guitar riffing to appear on a German record. Their version of Spooky Tooth's "Better By You, Better Than Me" was also competent enough. In addition, both Frank Diez and Manfred Galatik wrote great songs, as typified by the tracks "People Talking" and "Open". Michael Nurnberg and Jurgen Lorenzen provided a strong backing. Armageddon's album has rocketed in price during recent years, due to the ever increasing interest. However, demand for the group was poor way back in 1970, and Armaggedon soon broke up. Diez never played material with a similar energy again, his next step was to join the 'slightly-above-average' jazz-rockers Emergency.

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6 comentarios:

myanmar dijo...

Another real classic, it's realy a great collection of sounds you post hermaño.

pimpon dijo...

Fantástico Galactigardem. Seis canciones seis soles. Unas canciones que van más allá de la realidad.
Bárbaro. 10/10
Otra joya.
Me quito el sombrero.

Pep Sonic dijo...

Totalmente de acuerdo amigo pimpon. Un disco tremendo. Yo destaco la maravillosa "Open"...sublime. Pedazo joyita y con auténtico sonido del vinilo original. Que más se puede pedir leñes.

Muchas gracias y un abrazo,

Anónimo dijo...

Muchas gracias por esta grupo

Anónimo dijo...

gracias para este grupo que pratica una musica fenomenal. No sabe si os comprene me^^

Sergey dijo...

great thing! power, strong and progressive