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Alusa Fallax


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.03 | 228 ratings

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Marty McFly
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5 stars (I've just lost my review due to bad CTRL+C / CTRL+V accident, so this is my recreation:) Indeed, yet another great band coming from extremely prolific RPI scene (but if you consider how big Italy is, it's not that strange at all. It was almost as big as UK in 70s), you can say that. And it would be true argument, as bands from this genre tends to be similarly sounding for people "outside" of RPI strong fanbase (experts), but it's not a bad thing in my opinion, as long as there is "soul" in the recording, elements that I love and some pleasing minor things.

So OK, it's another one-shot band whose album sounds very consistent (except odd, spoken piece Perche Ho Venduto il Mio Sangue which gives me nothing but headache and puzzled state of mind, completely irrelevant song for me, but it's not proper song anyway) and song that I like least would probably E Cosi Poco Quel Che Conosco (I like Heavy, I like jazzy saxophones, but not in this combination), but the good side, songs I like are almost all others - Per Iniziare una Vita (with perfect organ intro reminding me good old DOS game Legend of Kyrandia a little bit), two last tracks that are so similar that I take them as one (except the very last one has better ending. After all, it's end on high note). Flute improves it all, as flutes usually do, when used in this gentle, subtle manner.

5(-), yeah.

Marty McFly | 5/5 |


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