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Museo Rosenbach


Rock Progressivo Italiano

4.31 | 918 ratings

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5 stars One of the top 5 Italian prog albums. With a powerful singer, (sounding like David "Jimmy" Spitaleri of Metammorfosi), a bit raspy and throaty but perfect for the sound, the music is played at breakneck speed. The first two parts/tracks of the song "Zarathustra" are somewhat quiet, ala PFM but 3 minutes into track one comes a burst of Mellotron, awesome! That Mellotron burst shows up at the end of the momumental track. The other three songs are just flat out organ, guitar freakouts with quiet parts sprinkled in to catch your breath. These guys can play! Influences are difficult. Others compare them to ELP, Deep Purple, and other harder sounding bands. I think they are extremely original, and sound like no one in particular. If you are interested in listening to Italian prog and want something heavy, (but not metallic) give this album a listen. Without a doubt, one of the best heavy symph albums you'll ever hear. An easy 5 star album.
NJprogfan | 5/5 |


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