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Sjef Oellers 16-April-2001 Durazno Sangrando

Invisible is one of many Argentine bands that rely heavily on guitar (mostly electric with some acoustic). Basically they sound like a rock band with some progressive touches. The guitar playing is at times both angular and spacey, which gives the music a somewhat surreal atmosphere. The vocalist reminds me of Espiritu's singer. As a comparison Argentinian bands like Pescado Rabioso or Almendra come to mind. Another comparison would be mid-period Pink Floyd especially the guitar playing. The more quiet parts are somewhat similar to the acoustic side of early Led Zeppelin.



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