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Le Orme

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

1.82 | 29 ratings

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ZowieZiggy
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1 stars The legendary band reverts to a trio as during their good old days.

You might believe that this would be for the good (and proggy) side of their work. Unfortunately, this won't be the case. By no means. What we get here is poor music comparable to the worst of "Banco" and "PFM" production during the eighties (although the former already produced ".Di Tierra" in 1978).

This album is absolutely awful. Nothing to remember this once great band. After having released two average albums ("Florian and "Piccola Rapsodia Dell'Ape") this one is really their worst effort to date (on par with their compilation of earlier work "L'Aurora Delle Orme").

The worst sits sits along with the poorest. Do have a listen to "CercherÚ" (or don't, to avoid you a poor musical experience). If you are able to bear almost forty minutes of poor and Italian electro pop music without any passion nor nice melody you might get a medal. Because you would deserve so.

This album is a long "press next" exercise. From track one till number ten and closing one. You shouldn't bother with this album. On the contrary. It is NOT recommended to anybody who has ever appreciated this great band.

I have always liked the inspired vocals from Aldo, but when I listen to Marinai I can only sit and cry. What an dreadful track!

Le orme is just investigating the same and poor music as their great Italian counterparts. Disgusting elctro beats, all the way through. How is this possible? Three great bands performing the same and useless stuff. Incomprehensible. But true.

A complete blunder and disgusting album. Avoid it by all means. One star of course (but it is one too much). Shame on you Le Orme.

ZowieZiggy | 1/5 |

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