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INUIT

Armonite

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.48 | 26 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
3 stars Twin turb.......make that twin electric violins galore.

To my knowledge, this is the only album this Italian combo ever released. By having two electric violins, they can claim some originality. The music itself is not that special and original although the twin electric violins gives this album it's own identity. The music is mostly easy listening music with some intense violin playing over some pretty laid back drums, bass, tangents and some flute. There is no doubts that the violins is the main instruments here.

The music is bordering to muzak with also a strong hint of fusion. But thankfully, the music is not muzak and they manages to keep the music interesting throughout. This album was the perfect soundtrack for today's sunny saturday after finishing of some outdoors activitities and some housework. Relaxing music which did not tax my brain too much. There are some good melody lines scattered around this album. The overall quality is good, but not particular great. In short; it is one of the many good albums in my collection.

For those into fusion or easy listening prog without to much emphasis on rock, this album will do it for you.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |

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