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Aqui No Pasa Nada

by Ongo

Experimetal, alternative hard rock like Tool, King Crimson, in Spanish.
Genre: Latin: Rock en Espanol
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1. Huracán
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2. El Dia Del Desertor
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3. Paranoia
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4. Caminante...haciendo camino
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5. Perder
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6. Salve al Predicador
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7. El Final de los Dias
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8. La Frontera, La Batalla y el Canalla
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9. Llanto en el Mote Herido (Intro)
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10. Llanto (Desarrollo)
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11. Llanto (Conclusión)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The first album of one of Puerto Rico's premier Rock bands. Pure Rock n Roll
to pump you up and even make you travel to a new and intensive fantasy
island.

Don't let the fact that this is recorded soley in Spanish cause you to
hesitate at all. There's not a word of English to be found, though there is
talk about redoing some or all of the songs in an English version as well.
This bunch has the same vision, power and commitment to intense progressive
metal as Dreamtheater and Pain of Salvation. After all, do many of you know
any of the lyrics of either of these other two great bands? Anyone that is,
with a life? Ongo is a to-the-wall metal group with great songs and world
class players. Ruly Kuan, bassist for the band, is right up there in the
mix, with some lines that would make John Myung smile. If you like where
progressive metal is headed these days, you will like Ongo. - Warren Alex
Murchie Bass Inside Magazine, Switzerland.


ONGO is:
JERRY - VOCALS
RULY - BASS
GABY - GUITAR
EFRA - DRUMS

info:
P.O. Box 79009 Carolina, P.R. 00984-9009
http://www.myspace.com/ongoband
e-mail: ongoband@gmail.com
BOOKING:(787) 550-9699


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http://www.mssvision.com

Excellent! Emotional! Powerful!
Excellent! Emotional! Powerful!

You did a fine work with the Arrangement in all song parts!

Starting from the intro - it is very well build up and leads to the song in a natural and dynamic manner.

Although it's a bit too long (for an "A side" track) it is not invasive and helps introducing to the song's elements and vibe. The piano is maybe unusual for this style in general, but it fits very well with all other instruments and parts.

As we go thru the song, things that are really notable and a major factor for the power of your sound are the dynamics and the riffs. Guitar Riffs are acting as an active leader for the rhythmic and melodic parts of the track. Well conceived and executed, they help the vocal and are memorable. There's rock in it!

Very good work with the dynamics too: pauses, crescendo, switching tempos, sound explosions, accents and screams - all of this helps your song and makes it sound powerful, unique and emotional - the sound that Radios are looking for.

Furthermore, there is an important role for each instrument in the different song parts. The Bass and the Drums, for example, are playing tight and making you jump along with the fast section. Listening to the chords or listening to the snare - it doesn't matter - the listener is involved with you.
The guitar solo is an excellent example of how a solo should be offered to the listener's attantion and how the track will resume its way (after the solo). It comes smoothly, evolves and delivers us its beauty and then becomes part of the riff - as smoothly as it came.

The vocal is an integral part of the arrangement and at the same time stands out with its particular performance - things like screams, emotional expressions, accents give the song the characteristic sound it has. Very well performed! We live your feelings and emotions - the "un de-ser-tor" hits your brain and the impact is impressive.

Again - Excellent work!
But don't take my words for imperative. There are still things that can be done better.
While the song impact is impressive and keeps the interest thru its lines, there's one thing that could mislead the listener: The lack of one part, more important than any other parts.
In other words - you offer many, important and well done parts. But one part should stand out for its intensity. Don't put the listener in difficulties. Don't ask him to remember all or more than two parts of a song. One (usually Chorus), repeated more often than others, is enough. The other one (usually Verse) shouldn't be as impressive as the Chorus.

Here you could work to further increase the Chorus' strength and by doing so you'll achieve the immediate result - an unique and easy to remember Hook.

Keep up the excellent work!

Good Luck,
Anton Tontchev
for MSSVision.com - 01/26/2003

Bass Inside Magazine


Don't let the fact that this is recorded soley in Spanish cause you to hesitate at all. There's not a word of English to be found, though there is talk about redoing some or all of the songs in an English version as well. This bunch has the same vision, power and commitment to intense progressive metal as Dreamtheater and Pain of Salvation. After all, do many of you know any of the lyrics of either of these other two great bands? Anyone that is, with a life? Ongo is a to-the-wall metal group with great songs and world class players. Ruly Kuan, bassist for the band, is right up there in the mix, with some lines that would make John Myung smile. If you like where progressive metal is headed these days, you will like Ongo.

moonpit


ok,ok,ok....La primera vez que los vi,me fui en un viaje...y sobria!!!!...una banda asi de puertorriqueños....es un orgullo..
Mi musica favorita es la de los 60s y principio de los 70s..Folk rock & hippies
y tienen una influencia de esto en su musica..,por eso me encantan...mucho exito!!!!!

IAN (INFAMIA)


EXELENTE MUCHA ENERGIA Y PODER MUSICAL "TE VENGO AZOTAR COMO UN HURACAN" UNA BANDA Q ESTA Y DEJARA MUCHO Q HABLAR

ANGELIQUE


Realmente aun no los he visto en vivo...pero tengo una pregunta y desearia alguien me diera el placer de contestarmela.......el bajista...ruly...es el
ex bajista de grupo mattador...???
alguna alma que me diga..porfavor ;)

FABIOLA ("FAB")


La verdad me fascina la musica viajosa, igual q a una amiga, Fran... tengo unas ganas terribles de verlos en vivo, y preguntarles pq ese nombre tan maravilloso q escogieron como el de "ongo"... jejejeje bueno suerte y cdm

Railyn


Hahahaha ayer los vi tocando en hard rock y estubieron kbrones, me encantó la energía y el bajista tambien me tripio...quisiera volver a ver a Ongo tocando pol ahi!

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