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L'ARAIGNÉE-MAL

Atoll

 

Symphonic Prog

4.10 | 125 ratings

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r.constant
5 stars I'm sure this is one of the best records of the entire prog scene, if I had to choose ten, it would probably survive, first of all, I will listen to it one thousand times and I will not realize Yes or Genesis here, man how can someone find Genesis here? Maybe I got too much to learn.man here you will have superb musicians, where did they get this guitar player and this drummer, this guys are simply out standings, (to not forget the amazing violin). The first song is scare full and crazy with screams in French and a very beautiful melody in the middle, the second track is one of my favorite ones an amazing jazz rock track with great melodies (as in all the record), third track is another great track with pleasant French vocals, (the vocals sounds very beautiful, mysterious, and acceptable to a language that many people doesn't like in terms of music) the last song is divided in four parts and ends this massive masterpiece, this record is much better than many things done in England for example. I must congratulate MUSEA RECORDS by the quality of its cds cause they have pictures, history of the band, lyrics and details, its a shame many of my records has nothing, specially the Italians, so we don't have the lyrics and we know nothing about the band, the remastered king crimsons have great booklets too.
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