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3.71 | 151 ratings

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4 stars I don't really know the history and the whole discography of the band but this album has a kind of magnetic, seductive atmosphere, probably due to the fact that it is the soundtrack of the horror/ thriller movie directed by the famous Dario Argento. To make this adventure looking scary the music contains efficient sinister Moog synth repetitive sequences (the opening track) but rapidly we go back to quick jazzy rock tunes mixed with symphonic keyboards materials. The technical, emotional and great variety of guitar parts is really enjoyable. Guitar harmonies and synth sounds pleasantly and regularly fall into dramatic, funny, sometimes lyrical musical passages. Not very terrific or gloomy the general mood is turned to light jazz rock compositions in the genre developed and structured by the revolutionary British prog scene.
philippe | 4/5 |


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