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Roz Vitalis



4.15 | 166 ratings

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Naida Regent
5 stars In the cold Spring time I was very sad. I felt blue due to the dominance of musical culture promoted by mass media. I had made decision to listen to new album of the band which is known and loved by me for a long time because of the originality. The album "The Hidden Man of the Heart" is much darker than previous, "Lavoro d'Amore", but in the process of listening to the feeling of depression does not appear. If to take technical sides that this album sounds more professionally than previous ones. If to make comparisons with other artists then it the band "combines in one flacon" early Pink Floyd, King Crimson, and ELP. It also reminds exercises of Robert Fripp and Brian Eno. If to give characteristics of the style then it is progressive-psychedelic-electronic format with elements of German classical music, for example, Wagner. Recommended to listen to for those who want quickly to move from the state of sadness to the state of joy.
Naida Regent | 5/5 |


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