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New Trolls


Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.70 | 46 ratings

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3 stars In this album, there's full of greatness of early New Trolls.

Listening to the first track Ho veduto, with the gloomy and lazy voice, I couldn't stop feeling that it might be an avantgarde Italian pop album. But, little by little, their potential goes and rises up. Featuring a bit cheap chorus (sorry!), the old NT flavour opens and enlarges. The A-side (aka the first half) of the album has no or little atmosphere with our imagination of NT on the progressive period. The important point of this work is, I consider, the 8th track Padre o'Brien because the song does have the flavour and wave of progressive NT. The incomplete story goes calmly to the last Andr˛ ancora.

We maybe feel to get some of future brightness from early NT.

With much and great hope, I can give appreciation to this.

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |


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