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THREE WISE MONKEYS

Alberto Rigoni

 

Heavy Prog

3.59 | 19 ratings

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AmirAbbass
4 stars I listened to this album and it is totally great. With a fair price you can listen to such interesting music and that's really cool.

"Mizaru" and "Iwazaru" are the most complicated tracks. "Mizaru" features the legendary Kevin Moore on keyboards and he's just provided the extraordinary floating ambience underneath, suitable for such solid structure over it. Iwazaru is a 7/8 music and I believe it is a unique track. 7/8 riffs pretty much take me to the music of the Middle East and I love it. Also the keyboards on this t rack are simply excellent. "Mizaru" and "Iwazaru" are two of my favorites.

Overall the album you can enjoy powerful bass lines along with heavy drumming on some of the songs. For instance I like the drumming on the song "Blackened Tornado".

The guitar solo in the song "Free Falling" is just awesome and contributes a whole new level to the song. You would probably enjoy the ending solos for the song "Three Wise Monkeys" too.

"Between Space and Time" is a mellow instrumental song powerful enough to calm you down and take you to a state of contemplation.

"Coming Home" is a sweet song featuring Jonas Erixon on vocals. It poses a positive vibe and can entice warm emotions.

The three ending songs will take you to simple level after listening to the heavy and complicated songs that come before them. The album can fill a wide variety of interests.

You can enjoy this album and listen to your favorite songs many times as there are songs that will grab your attention and become your favorite.

AmirAbbass | 4/5 |

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