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Abissi Infiniti


Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.77 | 35 ratings

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3 stars A symphonic album from 1981? I'm sure critics hanged them...and gave them all the "lost in space in time" attributes..even in it's prime, this was an obsolete record.

Thanks to the era of CD reissues, this one is slightly less obscure but however, it won't became a significant milestone of progressive rock. Because it's mediocre. It's average. It's a template. It's pleasant, that's right, but it's pleasant because I like symphonic rock and its characteristics.

How does this album actually sound like?

The sound is fine. Healthy bass, drums, guitars, sometimes soloing in thirds. Weird Italian vocal, like someone aged 12 forcing to sound mature. String synths all over the place (the most pleasant thing on this album). Synth. Lovely piano. That's it.

The songs are mostly mellow balads, sometimes approaching multi-part construction without very "epic" feel. There are some interplays here and there, but there's nothing too spectacular. Lovely melodies here and there but...they're so PREDICTABLE! That's the main problem of this album, it's predictable. Within the prog rock template. Now piano part, now the drums will kick in, now the's all lovely (or at least decent), but there's not a single second when you will say "Wow!"

There's nothing wrong with this album. It just belongs to the genre that contains thousands of more intriguing, enjoyable and simply better music.

clarke2001 | 3/5 |


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