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Mägo De Oz - Gaia II: La Voz Dormida CD (album) cover


Mägo De Oz


Progressive Metal

3.64 | 39 ratings

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4 stars I recently got to hear this CD and I found a good work, although not perfect is a great piece, both the lyrics and the art cover show a clear oposition to the church, especifically the catholic, as well as other critisms, mainly to the lack of free speech in the world (Mentioning for example the dictator who took over the power in 1973 here in Chile, Augusto Pinochet). Represented in the voice of Gaia, also known as mother earth. Well to conclude, Mago's fans will like this CD, because it keeps the same touch they have in Gaia (The fist one), and to folk music fans as well, as said before by another reviewer, this work has celtic and a big spanish influence, something not seen before in Mago's work .
Alderk | 4/5 |


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