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3.76 | 25 ratings

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5 stars Excellent debut albun of this Dutch band! In the Sorrow in Your Heart" the band US., already in the first track "Rollercoaster" (a musical piece with opening and main theme in the mold of PALLAS, IQ, RUSH "filled" with more calm moments in MOODY BLUES , PINK FLOYD, GENESIS vein) announces the development of a beautiful work mixing tendencies of the as different as symphonic/heavy/folk and space prog progressive music, with very good taste and mastery. The disk presents countless intrumental moments quite interesting ; for instance in the third track "Dog" where, after a introduction more in the molds of BLUE MOODY the melody enters in a musical "delirium" with guitar and keyboard "duels" accompanied by a rhythmic section where bass and drums do a type of" riff" with several complex passages (although some is repetitive) and the track is concluded by a beautiful passage more symphonic approach with a twelve-strings guitar accompaniment .Another interesting point is that the melody of the letters of many passages of the track 1 and track 2 are quite similar at least, however the instrumental accompaniment .is very different, what demonstrates the quality and versatility of the band in the arrangements. I just mention these moments, because would have that extender too much my review, however I stand out that the disk is replete of great moments and it is very difficult to detach some separately track. Therefore my rate is 5 stars!!!
maryes | 5/5 |


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