Museo Rosenbach - Zarathustra CD (album) cover


Museo Rosenbach


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.29 | 621 ratings

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3 stars An interesting album, but it contains some of the moments I don't like in Dedicato a Frazz by Semiramis. And the most important moment is - the stoic strain! This is my feeling about this album (about Dedicato a Frazz by Semiramis,too). This is something with stagnation full of nervous parts. The songwriting is not something exceptional, in my opinion. I would like to notice the unique drum works on the album, made by Giancarlo Golzi - superb drummer!!! The musicianship is very good, but the songs contain unsuitable repeats. I would mark the best songs of the album for me - they are - Il re di ieri and Della natura. Of course, the album is good, but not essential for me. This stoic musical composition obstruct me to love this album (like it does with Semiramis and Le Orme). PFM and BMS are my type of italian bands. For Zarathustra by Museo Rosenbach 3.5 stars in my account!
poslednijat_colobar | 3/5 |


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