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H2O

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.29 | 32 ratings

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geezer
2 stars The 2nd release by this Italian band leaves me with mixed feelings. This band just has too many things that I don't like in Italian progressive. First of all, the vocals are in English and although not that bad it's still a major flaw for this album. Secondly, this band has clearly some neo-progressive influences that I'm not that fond of either. I remember being surprised when I first played this album because I thought this was supposed to be reminiscent of the seventies Italian groups. To a certain degree it actually is but the influences from the English scene (Genesis) are even more evident. The instruments are well played though I do find the keyboards way too repetitive (in other words: boring). It is hard for me to rate this album because the music is well done but it just doesn't grab me in any way. I have not heard their debut album because this was the first album I acquired from this band and I'm not that impressed.

There are five tracks in this album and the longest tracks "The Darkness for the Light" and "Due" rise a little above the rest of the tracks. All in all, the music does have that English sound and this might please listeners that like other Italian bands like Ezra Winston, Il Trono dei Ricordi and The Watch.

Conclusion: Not among the best new Italian progressive.

geezer | 2/5 |

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