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THE WORLD BECAME THE WORLD

Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.00 | 255 ratings

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Joćo Paulo
4 stars The English version of L'isola Di Niente is very powerfull but to me, is one way of PFM make money in other country's and have some visibility in other Europe contexts just Germany and UK of course. All the music to be popular must be lirycs in english but Italian Lyrics are great in Italain context and made english lyrics don't give more quality of music albuns. I like much more the original Italian version but this album are great, very powerfull with a litle bit of powerfull chorus, a litle bit of Progressive shynphonic rock, a litle bit of psichedelic space rock and some progressive folk that PFM give in most of this albuns. This work don't have more quality that the original, and to me, give another language to music work, make original conception lost powerfull and beauty. It's the same that Genesis singing in Italian and we don't like to. I give 4 star's because it“s a great music conception of PFM and I see him last year ,in Gouveia Art Rock and they give a great concert but his 70 years music are the best and this album show that PFM décade.
Joćo Paulo | 4/5 |

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