Artist/ Band: Gazpacho
Title: get it while it's cold
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2002
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The Review:

This 7 song EP is currently avalable for download and purchase (see www.gazpachoworld.com) but Jon of Gazpacho sent me a hard copy to review. They hail from Norway and blend several styles of surrealistic soundscapes in the vein of latter day Marillion but better IMHO. They also use elements of Radiohead as well as other influences which include Kate Bush, Roger Waters, Ultravox, Tori Amos, Depeche Mode and fellow country-men A-Ha.

This variation of musical tastes helps create the basis of Gazpacho (meaning Spanish tomato soup) but they don't stay in the sound structures of the afore mentioned bands/artists.

The most familar infectious song is Ghost with a familar chrous making it a favorite for me to listen to and share with people that come over. They, along with American group IZZ are highly recommended, as the voice of new progressive music that has roots firmly planted in the pop oriented songs.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on July 20th, 2002

Tracks:

1. Sea of Tranquility [5:14]
2. Nemo [3:55]
3. Ghost [5:25]
4. Delete Home [3:13]
5. Sun God [4:31]
6. The Secret [5:38]
7. Bravo [6:39]

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