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VINIL COLLECTION

Celelalte Cuvinte

 

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4.45 | 11 ratings

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Sachis
5 stars Indeed, the perfect landscape of what this band from Romania meant in it's most important period!!! From the beginning, Celelalte Cuvinte had shown another face of rock music in a country where this kind of music had been very poor, referring here to the communist period. High lyrics, a music including various instruments like blockflote and a unique voice in romanian rock music from that time. Definitely,the music can be described as very progressive and very emotional, following somehow their masters Phoenix. We have here the most important songs of their entire first period of the band (1984-1990): Iarba prin par, Daca vrei..., Comoara, and some others very, very special like Fara cuvinte -excellent instrumental track with a reciting voice of the romanian actor Florian Pittis -and Gong (almost unknown-previously unreleased on any album) a.s.o. songs that bring a highest emotional state among the audience, something unique in romanian rock universe and this thing remains the same in live appearances, as myself I've been experienced at their shows. A compilation of what romanian progressive rock music meant in the mid 80's. Highly recommended!
Sachis | 5/5 |

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