Banzai (10) ‎– Hora Nata

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Delta (2) ‎– DG 10.001
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Tracklist

A1 You Always Like An Entree? 2:11
Try
A2a Hopeful Strive 2:28
A2b Step By Step 1:56
A2c Find The Way 3:18
Obelisk
A3a Like A Stalagmite 4:34
A3b Hora Nata 3:08
A3c Stalagmites In My Jam 0:47
A3d Wet The Ropes 2:37
Hattrick
B1a My First Hot-Pants 2:26
B1b Kick And Rush 1:18
B1c The Final Was The Third Game 3:44
Three Magicians (Part 1)
B2a Once 3:02
B2b Theme Of The Rainbow 3:32
B2c Bermst 3:36
B2d We'll Bring You The Sun 2:01

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Notes

Released in a laminated gatefold sleeve (front & back).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 06 10001 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 06 10001 B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BELLE 95139, CDP-1026-DD Banzai (10) Hora Nata(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Belle Antique, Pseudonym BELLE 95139, CDP-1026-DD Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
CDP 1026 DD Banzai (10) Hora Nata(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Pseudonym Records CDP 1026 DD Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version

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music_emporium

music_emporium

November 1, 2012
Banzai was along with Machiavel one of the symphonic progressive rock
bands to come from Belgium in the 70's. Their only album consisted of
complex 70's symphonic progressive rock as typical and traditional as it
possibly can get. Main influences were clearly Yes, Genesis, Focus and
some Gentle Giant. Three of the five tracks are pure instrumentals,
while "Try" and "Three Magicians" features vocals. Especially "Try" has
some convincing Yes-like vocal-harmonies. Personally I feel that
"Obelisk" and "Hattrick" are the best tracks. Both have a great degree of
complexity, and the melodic guitar-playing reminds a lot of Jan Akkerman.
But the whole band sounded like accomplished musicians. A few passages
also include some orchestration. "Hora Nata" is derivative and not very
original in any way, but it's still quite solid stuff if you can't get
enough of that classic 70's symphonic progressive rock sound.
sarayke

sarayke

January 25, 2012
banzai is a group from BELGIUM, not from the Netherlands!