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Anima Dominum

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3.38 | 15 ratings | 1 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Big Bang (8:03)
2. Tunnel of Light (15:28)
Pt. 1 Lighter
Pt. 2 Power of Thunder
3. Black Hole (11:50)
Pt. 1 Black Hole
Pt. 2 Coming
Pt. 3 Pict
4. Candle of Touch (6:26)
5. Don't Know What I Like (6:15)

Total Time: 48:24

Line-up / Musicians

- Little David / voice, bass, arrangements, compositions
- Fred Castro / drums
- Ze Lima / guitars, arrangements
- Flavio A. / keyboards
- Lincoln Olivetti / arrangements, backing vocals, recording

Releases information

After big success and a good start (even in adverse conditions), the pressure for a good return and more international exposure was faced with simplicity. Logistical problems during the recording sessions of this second work almost brought the band to a collapse. However, Zé Lima, Frederico Paulo, Flávio Araujo, and David proved to be in an excellent shape, with almost perfect adaptation to each other. Cláudio Cepeda's bass on "Big Bang," the female vocals of Liliane Falcao, and Andre Zichtl's participation on electric guitars complement the highlights of this CD. "Don't Know What I Like" seems to be related to Genesis' song "I Know What I Like," but only in name.

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ANIMA DOMINUM Singularities ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(47%)
Good, but non-essential (27%)
Collectors/fans only (13%)
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3 stars Anima Dominum seems to be one of those bands slipping through the cracks in our music genre. This is the first Anima Dominum I have heard too. It is their second album though. Melodic symph prog album is what I would call this album. Actually, the right phrase is Neo Prog. That's what the musi ... (read more)

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