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The Trip


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.35 | 68 ratings

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5 stars The album starts with a powerfull arrangment with a nice organ in the best ELP style - "Atlantide" - after a riff sequence the drums of chirico emerge, and them is so also! He's like a carl palmer 3 times more fast! after that another riff sequence and - Ow! - the theme became obscure, slow, very well executed, reminds me "Aphrodite's Child's 666". The Second track "Evoluzione" have a perfect combination of the trhee lines: bass, moog, drums. The drums had a lot of groove, a good work of the _____ (vocalist), lyrics in english singging in a way that dont lose nothing on the "energy" and "sonority" aspects from the italian lyrics, good melody and breaks for some variations on the moog. Great Track! "Leader" again with the ELP style, that one sounds like the "ELP funny fanfarre ballad from the album" had a nice keyboard and vocals. 4th track - "Energia" - again in the same ELP rytthim vein, a nice riff of bass + Keyboard and a good variation of moog and consistent drums! "Ora X" - vocals with 'felling' and a really good work of the three lines, finish with a great theme change. "Distruzione" - 7th track is a amazing chirico's solo work, combines techinic with a incredible velocity and variation, the longgiest track on the album, contains aslo some theme changing with well excecuted keyboard. "Analisis" - 6th track with more than 4 minutes beside "il vuoto" - the last track - dont showing not excepcional, unfortnably.
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