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L'ISOLA DI NIENTE

Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.27 | 528 ratings

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loserboy
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5 stars With perhaps one of the greatest introductions in progressive rock of all time, "L'isola di Niente" or what was later re-released in english as "The World Became The World", is clearly a grand album of epic proportions. In typical classic PFM fashion, "L'isola Niente" is loaded with great keyboard work and some amazing guitar and percussive moments. In my opinion "L'isola Di Niente" has some of PFM's strongest musical moments full of jazz/prog rock influences. With grand mellotron, synth and flute filled passages, it is PFM's emphasis on the use of vocals which makes "L'isola Di Niente" such an original album. This album moves from the dark grooving title to track to the soft caressing touch of Mauro Pagani vocals on the romantic track "Dolcissmima Maria". Overall this is an essential Italian progressive moment which you need to have in your collection.
loserboy | 5/5 |

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