Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection.
I must say, I was very suprised by this album. When I bought it, I already knew Kisstadion'79. I was expecting a similiar Eloy influenced sound. But, nothing of that is here. No space sound, no electronic, only pure psychedelic rock.
Un voyage dans un passé révolu, poursuivi avec passion pendant quinze ans, une exploration hardie sur le terrain (Pérou, Bolivie, Chili) permettent à Simone Waisbard d' éclairer ces énigmes comme nul encore ne l'avait fait. …
The second Hungarian album is much better than the amateurish debut, but the sound and style of the band is still not fully developed. Traces of psychedelic pop beat in "Petróleum lámpa" are being ever more informed by the burgeoning heavy rock guitar and organ riffs in "Túzvihar". The best compositions, the all-time favourite love ballad "Györgyhajú lány" (shamelessly copied and plagiarised by many, including the German metal legends Scorpions) and the powerfull, with excellent solo guitar, heavy stomping title track ("Ten Thousand Steps" in English), are at the same time the most progressive ones. The gatefold cover desing is very good showing the legacy of psychedelia.