Regular RadioHazak reader and contributor Asaf Hirshberg (shown with Mashina composer Shlomo Bracha) gives this report:
The album design is disappointing, a "Hitmanlike" logo, (I expected it the be the farewell tour logo), a little B/W booklet, and a cardboard package. "Don't ever look at the jar - look inside it" said the older and wiser. So... they were right!
In case you haven't attend the farewell tour (you still have the chance), this is the closest you can get to actually being there (highly recommended). Take 2 hours of your time (full-moon at night prefered) to listen to the great DDD recorded album, close your eyes and feel the energy with the croud roaring.
Have fun with Mashina's little things that make the 99 NIS paid to the concert worthwhile. Such as the middle of "Baderech el hayam" (writing it here will be a crime).
OK, I see you are in a hurry to go and buy it so I won't stop you.
(Thanks also to Shai Cohen for his report on the album's release.)
"We respect what we do," Yuval Banai said at the news conference scheduled to announce the breakup. "I think we try to be real with our work,and we've reached the point where, in order to be real with ourselves, this is the right thing to do."
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