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Quasar Lux Symphoniae


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.68 | 35 ratings

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Tonny Larz
3 stars Quasar lux symphomiać are an Italian prog (symphonic) band...with a tendency to grand theme´s a la opera (hence the vocal trimmings)...great piano pieces..interceptet by guitars and electronic keyboards,bass and drums. This their second album: " The Enlightning march of the argonauts" is quite a piece of work. Everything you could ask for in a prog/symphonic record is here,lavish arrangements flowing with keyboards and guitars (acoustic an all)...and a operatic-type lead singing courtesy of (male part): Roberto Scorlon.....which is ok.....but,he tears on your senses,as his vocal is rather straining in the long run. The female vocal ( Annalisa Malvasio) on the other hand are fabulous and beautiful....smooth for your ear!!The music is well arranged and competent....especially the keys and guitars are great! The mix/ production are fine and there are nice separation stereo wise!! Overall.... a fine symphonic prog cd...which after several listenings should give you a pleasant experience!! In conclusion: Nothing to write home about....on the other hand they do have something.....(i like their acoustic pieces- guitar/piano) if you find them at your local dealer...give em a try!!! You might find it to be "up your prog alley". 3 stars......could have been 4... if only the male singer...well...ok!!
Tonny Larz | 3/5 |


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