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ATTO TERZO

Delirio Sonoro

 

Crossover Prog

2.80 | 8 ratings

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Todd
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Rock Progressivo Italiano!
2 stars I agree completely with John ("Mellotron Storm") in his recent review. Delirio Sonoro's "Atto Terzo," a collection of recordings from 2000-2007, is a fairly disjointed and for me not very satisfying album. Many of the songs are centered around drum machines and a hypnotic bass line running over the top--in fact, the bass is for me the strongest feature of the album. There are atmospheric keyboards and sinuous guitar lines that appear as well, inserting their color to create a trippy adventure that will certainly appeal to many prog fans whose tastes include trip hop, atmospheric, trance-inducing music. At times the songs reminded me of some of The Church's jams (admittedly my least favorite part of their oeuvre). Like a couple reviewers above, my favorite track is "It's Braining Again," which was really the only track that I really liked.

As PA is a diverse site with a great breadth of music styles and an even broader range of musical tastes among its adherents, no doubt this will appeal to many PA watchers. It didn't coincide with my own musical preferences, however, and I can only give two stars.

Todd | 2/5 |

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