Högtid

by Agusa

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Musiclover24 Retro 70s like that powerful songs!! Favorite track: Uti vår hage.
Dragan Cekic
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Dragan Cekic In the last twenty years the best music has been coming from Sweden.
Large percentage of this music sounds like 70' progressive rock.
Sweden started progressive rock revival in mid 90' and the trend is still going on.
Just to mention Anglagard and Anekdoten like two stellar examples.
But there are many many more excellent bands in Sweden.
Agusa-Hogtid is decent album, polished but not that adventurous.
It reminds me of Colosseum-Valentine Suite (1969)
Recommended.
Mark: 6/10

What should we play next? Maybe Gnidrolog-In Spite of Harry's Toenail (1972)?
Yes! That is good one.
Ryan Sharp
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Ryan Sharp I like to play this album for my friends and then have them guess what year it was originally released. 90% of them always guess sometime in the 70's. Incredible prog rock album. Love it! Favorite track: Uti vår hage.
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    Agusa is a Swedish band with obvious leanings toward such diverse acts as Kebnekajse (Sweden), Amon Düül II (Germany) and Colosseum (UK), but at the same time presenting something unique.

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released March 3, 2014

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Agusa Malmö, Sweden

The band was formed in 2013, when Tobias Petterson and Mikael Ödesjö recruited Dag Strömqvist and Jonas Berge for a progressive rock project.
After a handful of gigs during the winter, Dag decided to leave Agusa to travel around India for a while. After a number of auditions Tim Wallanderjoined the band.
In the beginning of 2015 Jenny Puertas joined the band on flute.
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