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POLLEN

Pulsar

 

Symphonic Prog

3.53 | 63 ratings

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Discographia
4 stars The Music of Pulsar is very quiet indeed turn its peaceful and progressive rock space rock symphony. "Pulsar" is the sound of synthesizers with explosions, buitages, very sharp., "Appeasement" is sung in French, the lyrics are very poetic and illusory, soft and refined. "Puzzle / Omen" still a title with much gentleness, indeed we can hear the flute Roland Richard, choirs quiet. The sound is a halfway ente France and England, like the lyrics. "The Horse of syllogism" shows the intro a little more obscure side of Pulsar, but soon the beauty and sweetness has its place, the guitar solo Gilbert Gandil, highly saturated gives a good size and ARP synthesizers by Jacques Roman, the test of time is relevant when the singer stopped singing and talking, words of science fiction. "Pollen" the last track that closes the album is sophisticated, the text always illusory, as evidenced by the words "smoky city, we reach streams, meadows eternal ...
Discographia | 4/5 |

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