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HOMO HOMINI LUPUS

Locanda Delle Fate

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.25 | 44 ratings

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Gatot
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2 stars It's hard to find any prog music elements down here with this album. This Italian prog band actually has excellent virtuosity in composing good music. Look at this album. I believe you all agree with me that in terms of melody, almost all song presented here are catchy and they comprise notes with catchy melody. The way the singers sing also indicate how emotive the compositions are. Musically, they also generate good harmonies resulted from each instrument played by the musician. In terms of structural integrity of each song is quite good and solid. But as far as my personal taste the music sounds too boring for me because it's much more pop than prog or rock. So, I get bored very quickly. Yes, I do enjoy the Italian lyrics even though I don't understand. But that is not the only thing if the overall attractiveness is not here. All music sounds too simple here with this album. One thing is excellent for sure is the sonic quality of the record.

Overall, I leave it up to you on how you view this album. To me, this sounds like an Italian pop song with very very (or even not at all) prog elements. Keep on proggin' ..!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

Gatot | 2/5 |

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