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L'URLO RUBATO

Claudio Milano

 

Progressive Electronic

3.33 | 3 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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3 stars This was the first solo album released by Claudio Milano in 2004. Claudio is the main man behind the band NICHELODION and he is without question very talented in many ways. This particular recording is almost 78 minutes in length with some 43 tracks. This recording does come across as being a compilation album because it's divided into three distinct parts with three different lineups and all three were recorded during different years. The first section called "Ma Le Serve Di genet ?" is from 2002 and features five tracks. The next section is called "Hamlet" and is from 2004 and features 19 tracks. The last section is called "Building Up A Cathedral From Me" and it's from 2000 and also features 19 songs.

While i'm impressed as always with what Claudio composes I must admit this style of music is difficult for me to actually enjoy. We get soprano female vocals, operatic male vocals and lots of Classical sounding music. And i'm just not into any of these. Just my taste in music of course. Still this is well worth the 3 stars i'm giving it and if you are into this style of music then I wouldn't hesitate recomending this to you.

Mellotron Storm | 3/5 |

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