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Lucio Battisti


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2.32 | 18 ratings

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Marty McFly
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2 stars When listening to these sounds, I can't decide for sure, if I like it or not. If it means synth overloaded 80's, or sliding wave from end of 70's decade, if it's simplistic style, or more ambitious continuing trend of "golden era". It stands on the verge, it's not directly Prog (it's P-R) and it probably has something from both camps. There's for sure a lot taken from Italy pop, but I'm not so strong in this matter to judge properly.

It's not Prog, that's for sure on a first listen. And it won't be interesting for many people here, because many of us are used to listen Progressive music. Yes, I'm subtly trying to tell you that this is Pop. And as such, I'll rate it here on Prog site. I can listen to it, but I'm not enjoying it so much as I could have if it was Prog.

2(+), plus because this record is not trying to be something else, it's just Pop. Not unpleasant, nothing annoying, but still Pop.

Marty McFly | 2/5 |


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