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Renaissance - Turn Of The Cards CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

4.08 | 569 ratings

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3 stars Yes it is a card trick, a card trick or Yarbirds were separated, the soft side will spud "Renaissance" and the side Hard 'Led Zeppelin'. This turn card is the cool, the very cool ... "Running Hard" has caused some broad sense ... The song is in English so it is difficult thing to do with the substance ... c'est beau, the singer has a beautiful voice, it must be said. "Things Do not Understand" is still in the same vein ... it is possible that emotion is hard to come because the album has more claim to be a Tour card, so nothing special, an album proper, good, but nothing more. "Black Flame" proves once again. "Cold Is Being" is a title a little harder, but it still has its place, beauty, cleanliness, five cards to six titles, expect to hear the latter title probably a surprise, because this piece ciquième marks the end of the album ... I think that Renaissance has spoken. "Mother Russia" ... the sixth card, undisclosed ... necessarily the title is expected to turn and the thing that will happen is strange, it is in the same vein, little more beefy-being, traditional instruments are present, this last map is the most beautiful but not excessively again , so this album can disappoint, but it remains a good album, nice and cool
Discographia | 3/5 |


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