01. Εισβολεις [Invader] (1:03)
02. Γεννηση [Genesis] (0:59)
03. Τα Παιδια [The Family] (2:14)
04. Μνημη [Memory] (3:38)
05. Επιστροφη [Return] (1:30)
06. Αγαπη [Love] (2:49)
07. Ego (4:25)
08. Τραγουδι [Song] (0:58)
09. Το Πανηγυρι [The Festival] (3:50)
10. Το Ονειρο [The Miracle] (2:35)
11. Το Θαυμα [The Dream] (4:56)
12. Και Ιδου Ιππος Χλωρος [Look Both Horse and Green] (1:01)
13. Κατακτηση & Ζετα Ζωρζετα [Conquest & Z Force] (3:05)
- Aris Tasoulis / keyboard
- Stavros Logaridis / bass, vocal, acoustic guitar
- Giorgos Tsoupakis / drums
- Dimos Papachristou / electric guitar
"Invader" opens with drums and synths that pulsate then the guitar comes in lighting it up after a minute. A calm with vocals and piano follows then it kicks back in to end it. Great track. "Genesis" opens with a pastoral sound as a beat with reserved vocals join in.This changes before a minute as the vocalist cries out.This is a moving section full of passion. "The Family" reminds me of POPOL VUH the way the lead guitarist plays while the acoustic guitar is strummed. Drums arrive around 1 1/2 minutes. "Memory" is an organ only tune that gets quite powerful at times. "Return" opens with organ as the drums join in and it builds. Piano a minute in replaces the organ. Guitar follows.
"Love" opens with light keys and drums. Mellow stuff. Bass follows then it kicks in 1 1/2 minutes in. Piano over top.The tempo picks up before 3 minutes.Spacey synths late. "Ego" is mainly piano melodies and reserved vocals. "Song" has these gorgeous sounding piano melodies then the drums join in. Great sound. Guitar before 2 minutes. So good. "The Festival" is a piano and drum led track. "The Miracle" is laid back with acoustic guitar,piano and reserved vocals. I like it. "The Dream" opens with vocals that remind me of Italian Prog. Strummed guitar with the lead guitar over top again in that POPOL VUH style. Things get intense late. "Look Both Horse & Green" features piano throughout with other sounds. "Conquest & Z Force" opens with guitar then synths join in followed by reserved vocals. A psychedelic track if i've ever heard one.
An adventerous album from a band who didn't believe there were any boundries when it came to music. Man the early seventies must have been such an exciting time for both the musician and the music fan.