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Bulldózer – Lassan Járj! [1994]


Country Hungary          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 84/100

Band Members Demeter György – Guitar, Cherokee – Keyboards, Csathó János – Guitar, Szabó Jusztin – Bass,drums,vocals, Auth Csilla, Czerovszky Heni, Demeter Tamás, Tóth Edina – Backing vocals, Devil’s mc. – Vocals

Tracks 01. Véresen Komoly, 02. Freddy Krueger, 03. Marianne, 04. Hey,Baby, 05. Mitől Megy A Bringa, 06. Él Még A R & R, 07. Lassan Járj…!, 08. Na,Mondd Már, 09. Eltűnt Szavak, 10. Út A Semmibe

Profile After the collapse of the XL Sister Demeter György with the help of Cherokee formed the band “Bulldozer” and in 1994 the band released their first album titled “Lassan Járj!”. The production is flawless, and the layers of sound from the guitars, keyboards and background vocals overlapping in infectious, melodic, fist pumping, upbeat, in your face, with superb and ultra catchy choruses. Guitars are blazing, simple but effective riffs, hard rock type keyboards and a strong frontal rhythm section gives this album a very powerful sound for its time. The solos are there at each and every song, and while not the most original or technical there is, they perfectly achieve their role of making a break in the songs.

The opener song “Véresen Komoly”, runs you over like a truck. While almost cliché, is a great, “in your face” opener song, starting with great keyboards provided a very impressive guitar work and a powerful chorus, giving you a first indication of what will follow. “Freddy Krueger” is my personal anthem and the best moment of the album in my opinion. I was totally impressed by the overall key work while that guitar work is awesome, remind me Jaded Heart. The powerfull ballad “Marianne” is a song to die for. A wonderful song with perfect arrangement, awesome vocals and a huuuuge refrain choir. Next highlight is “Hey,Baby” The chorus is impressive catchy while the guitar work really ignites sparks on this song. The bombing continues with the hard rockin’ tune “Na,Mondd Már” having great guitars, a powerful rhythm section while the refrain is thick as hell. The album also contain one more track as a bonus titled “Az ébredés majd fáj”, a heartfelt piano ballad combines male and female vocals. Great addition to any collection. Don’t miss it if you find it…


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