Prayerz

Akinesis

Prayerz
Performed By Akinesis
Album UPC 885767991194
CD Baby Track ID 8967685
Label Akinesis
Released 2011-12-15
BPM 141
Rated 0
ISRC ushm91181027
Year 2011
Spotify Plays 4
Writers
Writer Gabriele Caspani; Nando Mambretti
Pub Co Gabriele Caspani; Nando Mambretti
Composer Gabriele Caspani; Nando Mambretti
ClearanceFacebook Sync License,Traditional Sync,YouTube Sync ServiceEasy Clear
Rights Controlled Master
Rights Easy Clear: Master
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country ITALY

Description

The second album of Akinesis. Pop-dance, Pop-Rock, AOR and more. Top class sound and a very strong songrwriting. A "must" for everyone. Rated 4/5 stars by G.W. Hill, founder of the "Music Street Journal".

Notes

"Another eagerly vibrating Italian music machine switches on with the aim to impress on first test. Akinesis pas though on a precarious margin - the early part of this 14-tracker are pretty close to being labelled under chart pop category but at least on the listenable side. Delicious melodies and electric/acoustic combinations still prevail over the day and messrs Caspani and Mambretti’s first langue isnt English, hence the serious lack of rhyming lyrical content, they know how to wham those hooks hard into their mountings. ‘Alien’, ‘Taken’, ‘Morning Comes’, ‘Pain U W8’, ‘Blind’, ‘Prayerz’, ‘Song of Simplicity’ and ‘Second Life’ collectively come together with swagger, serving up healthy teaspoonfuls of Toto, Led Zep, Journey, Marz Volta, Mitch Malloy and even Metallica in their brand of hot steaming pop rock brew. If you like your harmonies sweet and summer infested, this one should become compulsory for you! 8/10." - Dave Attrill, Metalliville.com.
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"The PassAge is inspired by the passage of time over the years with each song reflecting a certain era or age in the timeline of the duo. There is so much going on in this album, from the range of styles, some unusual choices of instruments for a rock album that it really shouldn’t work, yet somehow there is a quality that runs through all the diversity that the music throws at you. I’m still not 100% certain why I like this album, but surprisingly I do, open your mind and check out some of the tracks. You might be surprised too." - Ian Parry, Fireworks Magazine UK, June 2012 (Jun 14, 2012)

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