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Triangles

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Vinny Records (Spain)

Catalog Number: VR-005

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (5 ratings)

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Personnel
Alberto Fernandez keyboards, vocals
Manuel Sanchez drums, vocals
Manuel Escudero lead vocals
J. Luis Alonso bass, vocals
J. Carlos Martin guitars, vocals
Tracks
1.  Love Story in Tokio  3:38
2.  We Want Peace  3:21
3.  Face to Face  3:52
4.  Don't Leave  4:06
5.  Do It  4:18
6.  Tonight  3:47
7.  Give Me a Chance  3:51
8.  Bluesman  4:28
9.  Rock Is Light  4:09
10.  Triangles  1:46
  
Total Running Time:  37:16

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From: Dan Date: March 16, 2003 at 23:46
Ok, get ready folks! The first in a spate of reviews of Spanish AOR/hard rock bands. This is an album that was recorded in 1989, seeing the light of day on CD for the first time. Musically, it is keyboard-driven hard rock. Big choruses and lots of melodies. The lead vocalist has a rather thick accent, which can at times, get a little annoying, but musically this album is quite sound. If you need a stylistic comparison, think of early Europe.

Certainly nothing innovative here, but the execution is quite good. The choruses are where the material shines. If you like your keyboards pronounced and the style vintage '80s, look no further.

Rating: 80/100

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From: nacho Date: November 6, 2001 at 15:22
Es un placer ser el primero en comentar este magnífico CD, auténtica joya del rock melódico español y de lo mejor que se ha hecho en España cantando en inglés. Fresco, pegadizo y variado, sigue sonando bien a pesar de ser del 1989. No os perdaís 'Face to Face', 'Give me a chance' o 'Do It'. Su reedición ha sido un gran acierto de Vinny Records.

From: ROB GARCIA Date: January 24, 2003 at 15:39
THIS COULD EASYLY BE DESCRIBED AS THE SPANISH ANSWER TO EUROPE(THE FINAL COUNTDOWN ERA)AND TO BE HONEST ITS NOT BAD AT ALL ON THE OTHER HAND I THINK THEY MANAGED TO MAKE A GOOD RELEASE.THE ONLY DOWNPOINT IN HERE IS THAT VOCALS HAVE A BIT OF AN ACCENT BUT WHO CARES WHEN THE SONG MATERIAL IS GOOD RIGHT?!GIVE IT A GO YOU COULD BE SURPRISSED.

From: Nanteau Date: November 16, 2003 at 17:11
That's such a shit. How can one allow to release that piece to come to our ears?? I like the most, if you can say so, 'Bluesman'. And at first 'glance' liked 'We want peace' as well. But be honest: It's laughable cliché-adapted crap!

From: carlos Date: March 23, 2004 at 14:53
alucinante sonido para ser un disco de hace tanto tiempo ideas muy buenas, que pena que no sigan en activo

From: lovegun Date: April 9, 2004 at 13:48
hay alguna manera de conseguir su material en español? aun recuerdo quando escuche por la radio un par de canciones geniales UNA NOCHE EN LA CIUDAD UNA NOCHE EN LIBERTAD!!! siempre la tengo en mente!!!!!!!!!

From: Geoff Date: August 29, 2004 at 23:57
An abundance of keyboards, average music and very poor vocals. Really, there is nothing favourable I can take away from this CD at all. Tried to sell it one ebay but didn't even sell. If you like the debut Dark Sky album you'll love this one, but I don't personally think it's good at all... well below average.

From: z4roxx Date: January 13, 2005 at 22:34
A little delusion this band,too much keyboards,nothin'special,boring keyboards abusin'!!ahaha!!Hiroshima are in the same style but much more better....

From: Iñaki Date: February 9, 2005 at 12:01
Estabamos en el 89 y nuestras bandas se preguntaban porqué cojones no podían triunfar fuera. Salieron unos pocos cantando en inglés con esa intención. Alucino al encontrar esto aquí. Soy uno de los que fliparon con Tokio en el villa de Bilbao. Recuerdo el don´t go breaking my heart (al que aquí cambiaron el título). También me gustaban cuando cantaban en español y ganaron el Villa de Madrid. Este disco tiene una joya en el tema ROCK IS LIGHT. Recomendado para todos los jebis de los 80!!!!!!!!!

From: pereira Date: October 3, 2005 at 21:23
a mim realmente me gusta este cd, el sonido podia ser mehor, realmente, pero las canciones a mi me engancharon. pena lo del sonido, ke habia sido grabado ya en 89, asi ke podia haber salido un poco mehor. al menos fue reeditado en 2000 y se puede disfrutar mucho mehor del album ke el disco original.

From: juan carlos Date: May 10, 2007 at 21:55
Hard/AOR con bastante profusión de teclados, la voz ok pero el sonido y mágia del disco es lo que cuenta y acá los hay, Europe es el grupo que se me viene a la mente cuando lo escucho. La revista Metal Hammer les hizo buena promoción en aquella época. Los primeros 4 temas son esenciales, la 6,7 y 9 igual. En el inicio del tema 'We Want Peace' me hizo recordar a Stage Dolls y luego a Europe, y así, buen HardAOR Europeo. 8/10

From: niagara Date: July 10, 2007 at 15:36
un buen dic de aor para no lo e escuchado mucho pero pos el aceptable saludos desde bogota colombia.

From: z4roxx Date: April 11, 2009 at 11:18
Yes,too much keys here but I think it worths to be holden."we want peace"has a refrain heard thousand times but it's always pleasant.


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