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    Posted: July 28 2005 at 07:55
hello....

What do you thinkin' about new Garden Wall's cd (Toward the silence) ?


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 28 2005 at 08:57
I haven't heard it nor do I want to.

The story of this group is rather sad. Once a good prog band (Mauro Olivo days) turned into an awful thrash metal (or whatever) band.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 28 2005 at 12:03
Garden Wall is my best progressive schizoid group

I think Mario Olivo was the 2nd brain of the group with Alessandro Seravalle...
NOW THEY'RE VERY INCREDIBLE also without Mario....

Garden Wall will never die


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 28 2005 at 13:11

Originally posted by geezer geezer wrote:

I haven't heard it nor do I want to.

The story of this group is rather sad. Once a good prog band (Mauro Olivo days) turned into an awful thrash metal (or whatever) band.

I would agree with geezer here. Their first three albums were great - symphonic prog of the highest quality - fresh, original, with beautiful melodies, and of quite complex structure. They were one of my favorite groups. Their forth effort "Chimica" was not too bad, but, I would say, it was already kind of transitional towards thrash metal. I was hoping for them to come back to prog after that, but their next album "Forget the colors" was already awful thrash metal totally, and their last "Towards the silence" is complete unlistenable crap (IMO) with terrible vocals, no melody whatsoever - just thrashy noise with unaccessible avant-gardisg moments. If you have any slightest interest in my opinion - I have posted reviews of their last two albums here in PA. 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 29 2005 at 09:57
Forget the colours isn't trash-metal album
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