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HOMO HOMINI LUPUS

Locanda delle Fate

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.14 | 26 ratings

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Morningrise
1 stars Two days ago I saw in a record store this Locanda Delle Fate album. To tell you the truth I was totally unfamiliar with it, but I decided to buy it since here in Argentina is very rare to find RPI albums at reasonable prices.

Boy, what a deception this was. I put it on expecting something similar to Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano Piú, which is IMHO one of the greatest RPI albums I've heard (nothing to envy to PFM or Banco). Instead, I got a completely dull record. Simple, boring compositions. No prog at all. Not that I have a total problem with that. I approach to every album with a very open attitude. If an album has a pop tendency, I still can enjoy it if it is well done pop. Of course this was not the case. I tried to listen to it a couple of times after the first time to see if I really was missing something, but believe me, there's absolutely nothing to rescue in here. Dull to the core.

I guess from now on, this will turn into another record which will stay in my shelf for years with no playing at all. I won't even bother to rank every track as I usually do in my reviews because the results will be real harsh. Just stay away from it. Think of Locanda Delle Fate as a one album band. 1 star and may god enlighten them not to record an album ever again if the proposal is similar to this.

Morningrise | 1/5 |

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