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Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.20 | 55 ratings

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2 stars "Infinity" is the only album by Planetarium, a band of which nobody knows who the players are, since the musicians are not listed on the cd. There is, as some reviewer noticed before, an evident Ennio Morricone's influence on this work, which is most of the time instrumental, with very few sung moments ( "The Beginning" and "The Moon"). It is a concept album which represents through his various musical numbers the exystential circle of a human being.

The record is actually boring, even though there are some interesting moments: I'm referring to tracks like "Love", in the end anyhow mawkish, and "The Moon".

Nothing very exciting about this particular album, no true musical masterpieces, just a bunch of instrumental tracks, that miss the point most of the time, sounding repetitive and pointless in their structure not to mention that unfortunately the musicians skills seems quite limited, and not so inventive. The production sounds very very dated

Malve87 | 2/5 |


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