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Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.92 | 113 ratings

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2 stars More Mellotron drenched Italian progressive rock.

This time with a slight twist: Female vocals. Although they are not dominating here. This album comes with two long epic tracks and three short ones. The musis is both a bit hard, technical as in fusion, symphonic and well played. There is plenty of Moog, flute, guitars, drums and bass here.

What this album does not include is good melodies or even an identity. If you have PFM or Banco albums, this album and this band is pretty much a copycat. ......With the exception of the female vocals. The female vocals is not particular good, I am afraid. She is painful when she tries to hit the high notes. That's the only difference. The music itself has no identity and no particular soul. Neither is any of the songs here any good. There is nothing here I am particular happy about. It is generic and utter generic, the music. This album is not a disaster, but it is in that neighbourhood. The "art work" is a disaster though.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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