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3.21 | 12 ratings

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3 stars ***1/2

This is the only album released by this Italian band and it looks like it will stay that way. The music performed here is very soft progressive with a good melodic sense. The music is not on par with the best new Italian bands but it's hard to dislike this album if you like the traditional Italian progressive sound and appreciate also the newer bands. The most interesting detail of this band is the promising female vocalist Annalisa Accorsi. I find her vocals very pleasant and her voice fits perfectly with the soft progressive sound of the band. It's always nice to hear a female vocalist in progressive music. The music is quite even. There is nothing really special to be found but the good thing is that if you like one song from this album you will most likely enjoy all the tracks.

The group is classified as neo-progressive in the site and it's not probably completely wrong. However, they do not remind me of the English neo-progressive groups and not really even the Italian neo-progressive groups either. I believe the music of this group appeals to people who like the traditional Italian symphonic sound in general and perhaps don't even like neo-progressive like myself. You may want to check this if you enjoy a soft progressive symphonic sound. Sadly this seems to have been their only album and I say this because this album does show promise.

Conclusion: A nice album.

geezer | 3/5 |


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