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SUBMARINE SILENCE

Submarine Silence

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.31 | 32 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars The cover art is from Paul Whitehead, he was responsible for some stunning cover paintings on the early Genesis covers ("Nursery cryme" and "Foxtrot"). So there is one link with Genesis, in fact the music is the other link: beautiful twanging acoustic guitars, Hackett-(and Latimer) inspired electric guitar and keyboards with strong echoes from Tony Banks (lots of flute -, violin - and choir- Mellotron). The compositions sound very symphonic featuring fluent shifting moods (from mellow and mid-tempo to compelling and bombastic), fine soli on guitar and keyboards and lots of pleasant musical ideas. This is not music that delivers tension, complexity or originality but IT SOUNDS AS A WONDERFUL TRIBUTE TO THE EARLY GENESIS!
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |

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