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3 stars There's no change about YUGEN's unique and flexible play.

This Uova Fatali (Fatal Eggs) is the second play by YUGEN (YUGEN PLAYS LEDDI), previously Tommaso Leddi has played as one of the members of STORMY SIX. Please forgive me for not having heard STORMY SIX's version and in my humble opinion I could enjoy this album with their freely-formed style. Regretfully this work is not so luxurious as their previous one Labirinto D'aqua- the mixture of chamber music and rock, but I appreciate that they could shoot exactly their progressive way, with their remarkably flexible style and sound. We can find their strong way in each part (song). Fighting unreservedly with eccentric piano plays, violin screechs, and so on is in Abisso. And we surely can give a chuckle to the third part Campo with full of folkish canzone flavour. On the other hand, avantgarde strings, horns, and piano can get the free world in Labirinto D'aqua... Mattarello is a guerrilla war and, after the hard war, calm and soft air named Piani should come to us. This contrast is highly impressive. Wanna say Uova Fatali Suite is the main dish with eggs. Although everyone has another feeling, I always have an impression of a cock-a-doodle-doo, a rooster's jumpin', an egg's rollin', and its being broken and scattered.

Welcome to an avant-progressive chicken and egg farm. :-)

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |


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