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  • Audio CD (3 Nov. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: INSIDE OUT
  • ASIN: B001F4T8WG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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Karmakanic ~ Who's The Boss In The Factory

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Karmakanic enter the arena with their third album. An absolute tour de force of a journey. Jonas Reingold is a superbly skilled producer, writer and bass player extraordinaire. With Karmakanic he has selected a team of musicians on this album that play absolute blinders.

Intricate melodies, time progressions and arrangements flow through the album with stunning complexity. Progressive mixes with jazz, rock & fusion. This is not a nerdfest, not a workout of scales, its a musical masterpiece full of songs and melodies you will not be able to get out of your head.

An absolute must for fans of The Flower Kings, Transatlantic, Spocks Beard, Kaipa. My progressive album of 2008. Steal beg and kill to see this band live, if you value musicianship, melody and songwriting you'll be in 7th heaven.

p.s. If you like this you will also love Karmakanic's first two albums "Entering the Spectra" and "Wheel of Life".
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Karmakanic's Who's The Boss In The Factory is an incredible album. This mixture of styles and influences is so intense and spectacular to me. I hear my beloved early Yes and Genesis at times, especially when Lalle Larsson's grand piano and synthetizers remind me of Tony Banks' and Rick Wakeman's moments. Krister Jonsson's electric guitars at times sound a bit like Steve Howe's but at other times I hear the influences of Terje Rypdal's jazz guitar. The balance of vocal parts to the instrumental sections works beautifully here. There is less vocal in general and it brings more meaning to it, in my eyes, letting us float in the amazing instrumental magic uninterrupted. The overall feel of this music I could describe as the progressive rock of the finest line fused with jazzy and harder rock elements. The fusion part at is of Jean-Luc Ponty or Wishbone Ash lines, and all of it combined makes this music so incredibly rich, to me. This is my most favorite Swedish rock album so far. It is truly brilliant. I have to say honestly that I have quite a few Flower Kings in my collection, and although I see their strengths and understand the complexity I may not review any one of their albums, because for now at least I decided to focus only on the music I love, and something is missing for me in their music...on the melodic beauty level. Perhaps I have not given it enough time yet, and some walls will break soon. I truly hope so. That is not the case here; I love this from the start and I absolutely understand everything involved and what is always most important to me...I can follow and receive the spirit of this creation quite easily.

Send A Message From The Heart besides its magnificent lyrical meaning features Lalle Larsson's solo reminding me of Tony Bank's way of keyboard playing.
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I'll confess I hadn't heard of Karmakanic until very recently but having tired of Dream Theater's histrionics a little and saddened by the (near) demise of Spock's Beard and Neal Morse i was on the look out for something else.
Lo and behold the Karmakanic had some pretty good reviews and I thought I'd give them a listen on Spotify.
The whole of this album is absolutley fantastic and after one listen I bought it so that I could listen to it on the move.
the music is definitely imbued with all the flourishes and textures of old school prog (Yes/Genesis etc) but it has a contemporary edge and excellent prdouction values. The song writing is superb as is the execution - complex tunes with recurring themes and long instrumental passages but a pleasant absence of noodling or obvious showing off which mars some of the prog metal in the DT vein.
Superb stuff and highly recommended for anyone with a fondness for Yes, Genesis, Spocks Beard, Transatlantic or the Flower kings
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This is the best one from the the records by Jonas Reingold and his "Karmacanics". The music and the sound is perfect and the CD is just amazing. Maybe it is because it sounds very like The Flowers King but, anyway, this is a really good musical experience.
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