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P2O5-Vivat Progressio-Pereat Mundas-'78 KRAUT HARD PROG-NEW LP

P₂O₅ ‎– Vivat Progressio - Pereat Mundus
Golden Pavilion Records ‎– GPMUSIC07LP, La Pelote Records ‎– LaP003
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Black Vinyl

German progressive band from Wendelstein (south of Nuremberg). The bizarre band name is the chemical formula for Phosphorous Pentoxide.

Krautrock, Hard Rock, Prog Rock

A1     Comin' Over Again     5:47
A2     Morning Of The Ants     4:58
A3     I Didn't Care     7:14
A4     Undumufu (All Right)     3:36
B1     Smash     5:37
B2     Hangman     4:20
B3     Step On My Face     6:32
B4     Memories     4:45


    Bass, Vocals – Helmut Hiebel
    Drums – Eddy Lotter
    Guitar – Konny Hempel
    Keyboards – Wolfgang Burkhard
    Vocals – Werner Weiß
    Written-By – P₂O₅

40Th anniversary.
Black Vinyl, Limited to 500 Copies (There is also a coloured Vinyl Edition).
Originally released on Brutkasten (850007) in 1978.

Hard progressive from Nuremberg.
Their only one, originally released in 1978 on the Brutkasten label.

"Originally released in 1978.

P205 are in essence heavy late 70¿s rock not unlike the bands, Deep Purple and Uriah Heap, but they also have a hint of maybe Arthur Brown¿s Kingdom Come to soften up the rough edges. There are also hints of Santana here and there. As with the time, numerous bands were all doing similar things with the heavy rock vein and P205 sits comfortably among them with ease. They also have a sound that is very English orientated and they sing in excellent English for a German Band of the time. It could also be likened at times to the American Garage band sound or an early form of Grunge, but in all it really reminds me of Arthur Browns Kingdom Come, as the structure of the songs are not straight forward rock tracks, they have more of a concept behind them, so in theory it could be termed as Progressive Heavy Rock rather than plain Heavy Rock.
Reviewed by Albert Pollard


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