Kaleidoscope: Kra-Shack-Jai

Year1991
Label/DistributionButterfly
FormatMini-LP
Musical styleHard Rock
Additional infonever in PS
Rarity grading
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5 out of 6 - Almost impossible to find!

Review

I've another LP of this band released in and entitled "1984" but they're just performing medleys of The Beatles, Rod Stewart and The Police songs except of one track "Burn the city down" which is awesome Heavy Rock, but I'm not sure if it isn't just another cover version either. Anyways, this MLP is a Promo vinyl made for radio stations (doubt there was more than 100 copies ever made if not less) and was prohably only officially released on cassette. Former HI-ROCK axeman Sirisak was responsible for once again a couple of awesome guitar solos while basically they act a bit softer in Hard Rock regions usually, except of the last track "Ter-Ron-Dung-Fai" that has a refreshing and ultra powerful (for Thai standards) middle part, supported by heavy doublebass drumming. Some of you might know HI-ROCK already so KALEIDOSCOPE isn't much softer than their usual repertoire at all. Interesting Heavy Rock (Not for Obscure Metal beginners!!!) from an yet undiscovered Metal territory that most of you will never have the chance to enter. If you think you've an obscure Metal record collection yet then I just can say, nah...not yet! There's still alot more to be expected that you can't even think about.

Tracks
Kor-Pen-Yang-Nee
Kra-Shack-Jai
Prong-Rao-Koo-Kun
Ter-Ron-Dung-Fai

Created / updated: 2011-01-17
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