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GENI MUTANTI

Gli Alluminogeni

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.04 | 5 ratings

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2 stars Next a bigger centipede, ALLUMINOGENI sent out bigger double-chained gene with their bridges.

Their previous work Scolopendra was a pop-progressive album. And after their 15-year split, ALLUMINOGENI could release an album with their real interests...I've heard. Really?

The first track Mass Media can start with aggressive keyboard sound and THE BEGINNING can hear exactly progressive but the content of this song is not like a progressive rock but heavy and catchy. Yea, not-technically-good Patrizio's vocal is very passionate and attractive, and their sound and melody are so pop, as Scolopendra is so. Some of the songs in the album are heavy, some are like a stream, and some are gentle and melodious. Basically their identity is heavy but pop...I guess. In this period, might this work be typical Italian Progressive Rock album...? But, especially Pat's voice has nice and happy taste so I love.

If you love Italian progressive rock everyone should think typical, I'm afraid you can't love this atmosphere. If you think this work as an Italian hard rock, it may be okay...I consider...

DamoXt7942 | 2/5 |

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