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Delirium - Il Nome Del Vento CD (album) cover




Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.09 | 153 ratings

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Marty McFly
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5 stars Not just excellent, but unique, really rare. Because for me, it is one of the most melodic RPI albums. Not to say that their "golden" age should be early 70's, but it looks like that they're better now in late naughties. And not only melodic, that would mean that they're melodic pop, but they're maintaining high standard of RPI music. Of course, all these elements we like/love/admire/adore/wants/needs/requires/or are desperately trying to find. They are here. Gentle strings (Il Nome Del Vento), Wild piano and sax (Verso il Naufragio) combined with (let me say) typical synths of this genre, while playing well known melody (arrangement is what counts here) and so on, et cetera. We can continue till the end of album, but I'll gladly leave it to you, dear readers.

5(-), of course, we are humans. And so are guys from Delirium, they did few mistakes, some parts may be too weary, some things too crazy, but in general, this is perfect. Let's stick with it.

Marty McFly | 5/5 |


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