8 thoughts on “ Dreaming - Mekong Delta - Kaleidoscope (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Kaleidoscope, an Album by Mekong Delta. Released in August on Intercord (catalog no. IRS ; CD). Genres: Progressive Metal, Technical Thrash Metal, Thrash Metal. Featured peformers: Doug Lee (vocals), Uwe Baltrusch (guitar), Ralf Hubert (bass, producer, engineer), Peter Haas (drums).
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  3. A riddle wrapped in an enigma dressed up in leather and studs, Germany's Mekong Delta perplexed the heavy metal world both by playing an unconventional brand of progressive thrash and by keeping the identities Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
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  5. Kaleidoscope () by Mekong Delta. Labels: I.R.S.. Genres: Progressive Metal, Technical Thrash Metal. Songs: Innocent?, Sphere Eclipse, Dance on a Volcano, Dreaming 88%(3).
  6. The only classical track missing on this album is "Sabre Dance", which can be found on the previous Kaleidoscope album. In Mekong Delta released Visions Fugitives. The compositions are somewhat similar to The Principle of Doubt and Dances of Death. The album also contains a classically oriented six-part track.
  7. The Mekong Delta is a network of distributaries in southwestern Vietnam, between Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia. The river itself starts in the Himalayas and passes through China, Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia before reaching Vietnam, which partly explains why the waters are so murky.

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