Hybris (Swedish: hybris - "hubris") is the first studio album by the Swedish progressive rock group Änglagård. Released in late 1992, it would become one of the most influential albums of the new wave of progressive rock in the '90s. It begins with "Jordrök" (which means earth-smoke), the only fully instrumental piece on the album.
Hybris is a music studio album recording by �NGLAG�RD (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1992 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Precisely, "Hybris" is a party for Mellotron lovers. Is KC best spirit present at this album? Yes, but increased. The four long tracks are unforgettable complex and melodic gems, and I'm sure that any prog lover can't be disappointed with this magnificent and original masterpiece.
nglagård really took the prog rock world by storm back in the 1990s, no doubt helped by their appearance at Progfest '93. Prog rock was in bad shape prior to 1992, so it was nice to see a band shunning digital and going instead for all analog (Hammond organ, Mellotron) and have the ability to pull off an album that's every bit as good as the best from the 1970s, performed by musicians who were between the ages of 17 (drummer Mattias Olsson).
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i have this album, and it is really good. ent February 22nd 2008.
Listen free to Änglagård – Hybris (Jordrök, Vandringar i vilsenhet and more). Hybris was the first studio album by the Swedish progressive rock group Änglagård. Released in late 1992 it would become one of the most influential albums of the new wave of progressive rock in the 90s. It begins with "Jordrök" (which means earth smoke), the only fully instrumental piece on the album.
Hybris by Änglagård, released 14 September 1992 1. Jordrök 2. Vandringar I Vilsenhet 3. Ifrån Klarhet Till Klarhet 4. Kung Bore 5. Gånglåt Från Knapptibble (Bonus) An inspiration for a lot of Scandinavian bands, Änglagård's first production is a must have in any prog collection. Maybe one of the few albums that everybody loves, and it's not merely coincidental. After the decadence of the great bands in '80s, and the poor approach to the original style from neo-prog bands, Änglagård arose like the true response for all those who considered prog music dead and buried.