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THE BOOK OF INVASIONS: A CELTIC SYMPHONY

Horslips

 

Prog Folk

4.00 | 56 ratings

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sinslice
4 stars It is a continuous work well basted. No deliberate instrumental expressions, but rather contribute to a product group. So be exhibiting trumpets, flutes, whistles, with ubiquitous acoustic guitars, mandolins sometimes, and good keyboard parts.

Irish folk rock music would be a good description, incorporating progressive dose here and there. The main melody is repeated at times and unifies well the different sections. Is a uniform piece in which no parts protruding in a projecting manner, but there is no filler parts.

The sound is crisp and clear. While there are musical variety and color, with repeated listening becomes monotonous, but it is a classic that innovated at the time by his audacity.

3.5 stars really

sinslice | 4/5 |

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