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SYMPHONY OF ENCHANTED LANDS

Rhapsody (of Fire)

 

Progressive Metal

3.67 | 99 ratings

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gito45
5 stars Much people say, this is not a prog materpiece because is heavy metal, well is true but is better that much prog albums; why? because the songs are a amazing combination of heavy metal, progresive rock and baroque music (like Vivaldi) with the unique touch of Rhapsody.

Epicus Furor: A great intro with complex combination of violins and choir

Emerald Sword: Rock on, the most rocker of the album

Wisdom Of The Kings: The intro of this song is great and the whole song is very good with a verey good vocals and a nice guitar solo

Heroes Of The Lost Valley: This renaissance song make a great atmosphere to the album

Eternal Glory: With this extraordinary song the heavy metal ends and start the progresive

Beyond The Gates of Infinity: Amazing song with good changes of emotions

Wings Of Destiny: This is the classic of the album, a very sad song with a beauty end theme

The Dark Tower Of Abyss: The masterpiece of the album,the begining of the song is so fantastic, and the vocals, and the solos (Turilli and Strapoli make a very short, but very good duel of electric guitar and keyboard).Highly recommended.

Riding the Winds Of Eternity: A nice theme of the brass section in the begining, and the whole song is great (but for me the best is the intro of this song).

Symphony Of Enchanted Lands: What a great song all is great and is the song of the album with more changes and melodys and the midle play again the theme of epicus furor, and the ind of the song is fantastic.(I want to mention the fatastic vocals of Fabio Lione in the first verse).

This is a masterpiece of metalprog music.

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