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4.11 | 198 ratings

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3 stars I remember that I discovered this album and went without thinking to my room to listen to it with the light off and with headphones, not knowing that one of my most beautiful musical journeys would come. It begins with a bell (triangle?) Flickering, and the sound power evoked by the instruments gradually picks up. If there is a main weak point of the album I would say that it is the voice. Mariana's color is not bad, but I feel that this work needed a stronger voice, perhaps masculine. A voice similar to Gilmour's or Lake's would have come in handy, but with powerful vowels that are not hesitant enough. The album is a box of surprises that make you smile constantly. Very clear influences from Pink Floyd (The Division Bell) and ELP, with those synthesizers and elevator keyboards.
Argentinfonico | 3/5 |


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