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PHOTOS OF GHOSTS

Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.09 | 362 ratings

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DrömmarenAdrian
4 stars PFM is one of the best prog bands ever and at least three of four record are in the absolute world class of progressive rock, real masterpieces. This could have been one of those but still I can't give five stars to the right and left(Swedish expression) all the time. The music is as great as on "Storia di un minuto" or "Per Un Amico" or "L'Isola di Niente" but though I hesitate. I feel this record is quite meaningless because we already have this marvelous music and a fantastic studio album before, and a record just done to satisfy lazy English speaking people who can't listen to other languages, have I little understanding for.

I have no problem with the English accent, I prefer to hear a local version if a none English band choose to sing in their second language. The songs are absolutelyamazing. But...listen to "Per un Amico" insted. I don't understand why this is listed as a recognized studio album. Well, this music is fantastic and of course you can choose THIS insted of the other. I just don't see the point by making two records with the same songs. If you wan't to hear PFM in English I'd rather recommend the live record "Cook" or "Chocolate Kings". Four stars!

DrömmarenAdrian | 4/5 |

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