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Igor Wakhevitch


Progressive Electronic

3.81 | 22 ratings

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4 stars Early electronics sound based dark mystic bombastic opera-like musical album. Some speaking vocals (on French), heavy, almost ritual, organ drones. Plenty of spacey electronic sounds all around.

Unusual combination of classically-rooted music and easy-accessible melodic electronic. Looking at the time of release, I understand that it's a very early electronic opera experimental work, with characteristic sound .

It's interesting music. I can hardly to say I like it, but even after some repetitive listening it had plenty of attraction, saving some secrets deeply under the surface. In whole, quite experimental work, but should be really interesting for early electronic music researchers.

I am not sure how much this album could attract just regular listener, though.

My rating is 3,5, rounded to 4.

snobb | 4/5 |


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