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Sagrado Coração da Terra Coletânea II - Instrumental album cover
4.16 | 30 ratings | 3 reviews | 30% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Planeta Minas (1:41)
2. Deus Dançarino (4:08)
3. País Dos Sonhos Verdes (10:16)
4. Amigos (4:27)
5. Toccata (2:24)
6. Human Beans (2:06)
7. O Futuro Da Terra (6:05)
8. Sagrado (2:42)
9. Solidariedade (4:52)
10. A Glória Das Manhãs (7:13)
11. Rapsódia Cigana (6:20)
12. 2001 - Also Sprach Padim Cisso (1:47)

Total time 54:01

Line-up / Musicians

Note: The actual instrumentation could not be fully confirmed at this moment

Releases information

Translates as "Compilation II - Instrumentals" - A selection of past exits re-recorded for the occasion, Volume two

CD Sonhos & Sons - SSCD047 (2003, Brazil)

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SAGRADO CORAÇÃO DA TERRA Coletânea II - Instrumental ratings distribution

(30 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(30%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(47%)
Good, but non-essential (23%)
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Review by lor68
4 stars For whom is not in the habit with this important prog band from Brazil (Their homonimous debut album, plus "Farol da Liberdade" and "O Grande Espirito" are true must-have among the others melodic symphonic works...), this collection could be a good place to start with them: perhaps you could start with "Rapsodia Cigana" to get an inkling of Marcus Viana's grandeur and then to "taste" something from their excellent debut album you could prosecute with "Sagrado" and "A Gloria Das Manhäs" plus "Deus Dançarino" (probably it should have been better to insert something from "Farol da Liberdade" into, like the jewel "Dancas das Fadas" or "The Central Sun of the Universe", but nevermind).Moreover you can find their fine tune "Tocatta" taken from "Flexa", side 1 (but side 2 is to be forgotten) and something else which is unedited...of course it's not their best album, but you can have an idea of them, by means of this short resume.

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5 stars Absolutely superb - pure delight! I regularly evaluate countless of albums on recommendation. Some works are OK, some are better, but it's rare to come across something really fresh and truly exciting. This album is one of those. Frankly, I am completely floored by this. To call it a touch of ... (read more)

Report this review (#1012197) | Posted by BORA | Tuesday, August 6, 2013 | Review Permanlink

4 stars This album give us a very good collection of instrumental songs from the first six studio albums of the band. Sagrado Coração da Terra is a great representant of brazilian simphonic prog rock. Beatiful arrangements and rich orchestration. You can note strong influences in their music like clas ... (read more)

Report this review (#48886) | Posted by claudss | Tuesday, September 27, 2005 | Review Permanlink

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