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ORA SEMPRE

Perizona Experiment

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.95 | 2 ratings

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4 stars Starting with a dark night ripper with violent thunderstorms, PERIZONA EXPERIMENT (aka PERIZONA, not a techno-disco outfit of the same name) goes on an experimental trip in their official debut album Ora Sempre. Regretfully I've not listened to their albums (in Skunk Rec. era) before Ora Sempre released, but guess we can see the whole experimental world of PERIZONA EXP. Basically they did not purify their psychedelia (as a typical psych style, namely) but spread it with various experimental essence and traditional methods ... some effects of tape spinning, noises of nature, weird narrations ... and yes, we can glimpse at the return to the origin of Rock Progressivo Italiano in them. Sometimes enthusiastic, sometimes introspective, sometimes serious, and sometimes comical or Pierrotic - they can catch our heart by their bulky mass of strategies. However let me say the important and impressive point is that they can play rock - please listen to the deepest and sharpest masterpiece Ora Sempre, repetitive danceable psychedelic guitar tune Deep Strings / L'urlo, or down-tempo but 'eavy 'n' umble Redentro, and you can understand what they should mean upon the work. For them psychedelia should be an experiment, I consider so.
DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |

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