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PABLO "EL ENTERRADOR"

Pablo

 

Symphonic Prog

3.78 | 42 ratings

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lor68
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3 stars Well sometimes I don't understand what's all the fuss about it!! Don't get me wrong, this album is well arranged and the execution is often good, but I don't find such extraordinary music features inside, above all by comparing this work to those ones by other light symphonic bands (influenced by classic music), such as "Sagrado Coracao da Terra", "Recordando o Vale Das Macas" or once again reminding you of the light music passages by the Italian band "Locanda delle Fate" (do you remember their album "Forse le Lucciole non si amano pił"?!), a typical reference for this romantic genre...ok, except on my opinion about the originality of this Argentinian Band,I can find interesting breaks through within, but I can't say that this album is a masterpiece (for instance I think of the first one by Bacamarte, the magic ensemble by Mario Neto, and I think of this latter like a more versatile and interesting album too!!). However I don't like to regard this one as another clone, being rather different from the South American standard concerning the rock in those years and -above all- I don't want to affect your opinion.

At the end to me this album is recommended for our less involved moments!!

lor68 | 3/5 |

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