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LE CIMETIÈRE DES ARLEQUINS

Ange

 

Symphonic Prog

3.46 | 131 ratings

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braindamage
5 stars The second work released in 1973 "Le cimetiere des arlequins". Masterpiece that shines to gold record in France. It is mysterious music. In the drive feeling of the guitar and the organ, there is peculiar stickiness. Moreover, atmosphere is changed from aggressive play to fantastic play by skillfully using the tone of the organ. Tone quality to emphasize the bass is peculiar. Especially, the feature of ANGE appears remarkably in "Aujourd'hui c'est la fete de l'apprenti sorcier".

Dramatic, symphonic rock. It is music that is nearer PINK FLOYD than GENESIS. It is not technical, and the sound is also near psychedelic rock. However, it became a progressive rock work with a keyboard and a polite ensemble. However, music is dark. It seems to go down to the pool of darkness. However, the bottomless one is felt in the energy and power by me. However, will this darkness be a peculiar one to France?It is a work with an eerie sucking force. It is a recommended work in the beginner of French rock. It is a masterpiece though it is an old sound.

braindamage | 5/5 |

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