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Il Bacio Della Medusa - Discesa Agl'Inferi D'Un Giovane Amante CD (album) cover


Il Bacio Della Medusa


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.23 | 290 ratings

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Marty McFly
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4 stars Isn't this music just beautiful ? Symphonic RPI (RaPanuI) arrangements, floating through the world of flutes heaven and moderately wild electric guitar, which won't let anything here to harm you. I read Dante and this doesn't remind me much of horrors which I saw in the book. However, Dante's Inferno/Purgatorio (this 4CD collection) doesn't remind me it too, so it's not problem. The question isn't whether this is 1, or 2 star album. Because it's far from being one. The question is that 4-5, what's more appropriate. I'm almost convinced (because it took some time to write this review, something like few months) and I have to say that I really don't know. Honestly, I'm confused.

4(+) and we'll see later on. It's exceptional album where you can take a role of expectional listener. You want beauty and you'll get it. Wild, (almost) untamed beauty it is indeed, but still it's rollercoaster ride. You're safe, nobody's gonna harm you. Captain Beefheart won't appear here with purpose to cut your throat.

And everyone lived happily ever-after, this was a story of masterpiece album with 4-star rating.

Marty McFly | 4/5 |


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