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PALEPOLI

Osanna

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.22 | 270 ratings

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rconstant
5 stars What will happen if you blend jazz, blues, rock, king crimson, van der graaf, creativity, talent and madness? Yeah, it will be "Palepoli". Starting with a kind of sound of a distant village and then going to a medieval rock, the first track has lot of variations among acoustic parts, mellotron solo,etc... The second track continues the always changing tempos, and it has along with van der graaf one of the most bizarre and scarefull and great moments i ever heard: Its when all the voices sing along with the instruments, this is very crazy man... as i said before, this is sometimes beautifull, bizarre and agressive , but i like it...ha ha.
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