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Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.23 | 279 ratings

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Sean Trane
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Prog Folk
3 stars This is considered by most proghead as their peak and I , for a change , will agree with them (incredible uh?) as this is also their more ambitious project (I don't know what they tried to do with the Milan Calibro stuff , but to judge one would have to see the rest of the Oeuvre) as their two songs are long suite . Much influenced by KC and sometimes VDGG , I don't see why people compare it to JT (well a little maybe) , this manages to have a mind of its own , and ranks around the better italian prog albums. I would agree with Hegede when he says that these are shorter tunes linked together much like Genesis had done with Supper's ready , but the real art here as there as the short pieces got hidden away with great successions of chords as to make it so naturally linked. Ok , I just convinced myself to give another half star .
Sean Trane | 3/5 |


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