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Abissi Infiniti

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.77 | 35 ratings

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ZowieZiggy
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3 stars I wouldn't say that I was thrilled while I listened to this album.

It offers some good chunk of fine ISP, but not too many to tell the truth. Some nice symphonic moments are experienced ("Come Bambini di Sera " and the fine instrumental "Spirale"). Emotion is on the rendezvous; which is the least that I expect from the genre.

Vocals are globally OK but no more. Thanks to a very sweet mood, some pleasant early "Genesis" feel are displayed during "Il Segreto". Some jazzy atmosphere is not unpleasant while one is listening to "Nebbia Incantata".

It offers some variety in this work, which is rather pleasant so far even if there are hardly great songs: just decent music to my ears ("Fessure Di Luna"). The music played by the band is not more on par after that. While you listen to "Merlino", you just ask yourself: what happened here???

The emotional closing number, thanks to some passionate vocals "La Grotta Di Cristallo" is a very good song as the superb ISP genre has offered to us (and you might know that I am quite an "aficionado" of the style).

This album is not a great one, but it holds some good chunks of the great Italian prog genre I have praised so much: three stars sounds legitimate for this album.

ZowieZiggy | 3/5 |

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