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HARMONY OF THE SPHERES

Finisterre

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.51 | 18 ratings

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Sean Trane
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2 stars As Finisterre wound up its career, there was odd & ends , bits & pieces lying a bit everywhere and they decided to gather everything into a goodbye pack. There are covers from different Italian tribute albums for Camel , VDGG , Genesis and Canterbusy (Wyatt's Sea Song in this case) but also some live tapes from different era especially SYN from a french festival , some demos from their debut . Also too many Hotsonnaten stuff that are a bit out of scope and a long uninteresting piece to close off the second disc. the utility to own this double compilation is not real unless you are an unconditional fan. Most of the live tracks come from their debut album , so if you own that one , chances are that you will not want to dish out the full double disc price. I also thought that the presentation was cheap and slightly sloppy and had this been a single disc (by eliminating all non-Finisterre stuff) , this would have gained much better ratings.

Oh yeah, in case you are wondering the covers of Gen, Cam & Graaf are nothing to write home about either. Only the Wyatt song fares better. For unconditional fans.

Sean Trane | 2/5 |

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