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Babylonia Haze

by Eldorado

Classic Rock, Psychedelia, Hard Rock
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mad Woman
4:26 $0.99
2. Evil People
3:47 $0.99
3. Breathe the Night
4:08 $0.99
4. Goodbye & Carry On
6:06 $0.99
5. I'll Be Satisfied
4:02 $0.99
6. Flowers of Envy
7:55 $0.99
7. Resurrection Song
3:51 $0.99
8. You Don't Wanna Need Her
3:42 $0.99
9. Karma Generator
11:34 $0.99
10. Moon Girl
4:58 $0.99
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Album Notes
It was recorded in Madrid and produced by Richard Chycki (Rush , Dream Theater, Aerosmith ... ) and published in February 2015. It got great reviews, being selected by Rock Hard Germany as the best album in the underground section in April 2015.

Some reviews:

""Babylonia Haze" is a psychedelic dream that gives you a little idea of what it might have been to be around in the 60s when The Doors burst onto the scene. "Breathe the Night" is a soothing and intricate number with some haunting melodies, and "Flowers of Envy" is a masterpiece. Slow burning yet beautifully balanced, the guitar work is sublime and the eight minutes of brilliant rock absolutely flies by. "Karma Generator" wipes the floor with all that came before it. With a progressive opening full of sauntering guitar rhythms, this sounds like Pink Floyd when they were at their best." PowerPlay Magaine (8/10) - Matt Karpe
"Honestly, there's so much talent here with this band, that it would be hard to imagine Babylonia Haze not grabbing the attention of hard rock lovers of all ages from all corners of the globe. This is without a doubt a band to keep a close eye on, and more importantly, check out this new album of theirs at all costs. "
Sea of Tranquility (4,5/5) - Pete Pardo - http://www.seaoftranquility.org/reviews.php?op=showcontent&id=17301
"Are you still hanging on to Led Zeppelin's 2007 reunion in London? Are you weary about the off and on again status of Australia's Wolfmother? And then there's the roller coaster ride of questions that surround California's Queens of the Stone Age. Well, if you like any or all of these bands, maybe a trip to Spain is in order. Eldorado, a break through band out of Madrid has incorporated the sounds of the aforementioned bands and mixed it with their own homegrown flair." Glide Magazine (8/10) - Marc Lacatell - http://www.glidemagazine.com/131664/131664/
"Well it's the very best modern rock music that a fresh and talented band can write dipped in a potent wash of sixties psychedelia and towering seventies power. They've retained their individuality though. This is not the straight up riffing bruiser the circumstances might have dictated but a free-flowing rollercoaster of crashing anger and heartache and of pure black despair, yet of burgeoning promise and hope. Each track written on the road and forged from the sweat of the venue."
Rock Zone - Glynn Wright - http://www.rock-zone.co.uk/2015/01/22/eldorado-babylonia-haze/
"And it is a good album; the strength of the tracks is impressive. But not only that, the fact that the album is easy to take in but still has enough depth to remain interesting for repeated plays. I think they have really hit very close to the bull's-eye with this album, it is exciting and impressive and it is well recommended to anyone who likes their music. It is great how they have managed to make something that feels so familiar feel so fresh and exciting."
Hallowed (5/7) - Daniel Källmalm - http://www.hallowed.se/english/music/reviews/2015/eldorado-babylonia_haze.html
" Fazit: Für Classic Rockfans gibt es hier eine Perle die man sich durchaus zulegen sollte. Wer auf eine erfrischende Verjüngungskur der genannten Genregrößen baut, der ist bei Eldorado absolut auf der richtigen Baustelle"
Metal Underground (5/5) - Robert - http://www.metalunderground.at/?p=42026
Flankiert wird das Ganze noch durch die Spieldauer-Monster «Flower Of Envy» (Uriah Heep lassen grüssen) und «Karma Generator», die alleine schon eine Plattenseite füllen und alte wie neue Eldorado-Fans jubilieren lassen.
«Babylonia Haze» ist ein Muss für Classic Rock Freunde, die Band eine fette Bereicherung der Szene und das noch ausstehende Vinyl mein persönlicher Anwärter auf das Album des Jahres!
Metal Factory (9,4/10) - Rockslave - http://www.metalfactory.ch/reviews/cdreviewfebruar2015.htm
Ferner gibt es leicht proggige Strukturen zu hören ("Flowers of Envy", das elfminütige "Karma Generator") und jeweils ein Riff-Monster ("I'll Be Satisfied") sowie einen Faustrecker ("You Don't Wanna Need Her"). Mehr als saubere Sache also, das.FAZIT: ELDORADO spielen Retro-Rock zeitgenössisch - anders als die Amis CROBOT, weil facettenreicher aber genauso sprenggewaltig und up to date. So macht Vergangenheitsbewältigung Bock.
Music Reviews (8/10) - Andreas Schiffmann - http://www.musikreviews.de/reviews/2015/Eldorado/Babylonia-Haze/



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