Farao: same

Year1986
Label/DistributionPepita
Format7inch
Musical styleHeavy Metal
Additional info-
Rarity grading
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3 out of 6 - Extremely rare!

Review

This single was the only vinyl life sign of FARAO as far as I know which is quite sad, as beside it belongs to the first hungarian Heavy Metal vinyls ever and it's quite good Metal too. If you take the first POKOLGEP 7" that's a badly sought after boring Hard Rock item of the same rarity grading, you'll find real Heavy Metal in the vein of POKOLGEP's debut LP here. The B-side track is a little bit heavier and faster than the A-side but both contain kinda catchy refrains. Definitely worth buying and watching out for! One thing that doesn't get out of my mind, there's at least 1 guy (perhaps even 2) who does look alike a LORD musician(s). The thing that confuses me, the guy I mean was the later LORD keyboarder, but FARAO's music doesn't contain any keyboards. Unfortunately there aren't any names printed on the sleeve to get sure it is indeed Attila Gidofalvy, but if you take a look at the sleeve of any LORD LP you'll agree that it's quite impossible that there's another guy looking like him.

Tracks
Eleg volt
Allj mellem!

Created / updated: 2013-09-09
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