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Nuova Era


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.46 | 59 ratings

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3 stars The second Nuova Era album enjoys better production than the debut but, to my ears at least, seems to possess less interesting songwriting. With two side-long suites forming a narrative concept album about an explorer lost and adrift in deep space, I can't fault them for ambition, but the music seems to have less of the rich blend of influences the preceding album had; here, the Emerson Lake and Palmer influence that crept in here and there on L'Ultimo Viaggio comes to the fore, with long sections of the piece being dominated by Walter Pini's keyboard playing. And as was so often the case with ELP, the end result is technically flashy but not especially aesthetically satisfying. Worth a listen for RPI fans with a taste for ELP and 80s keyboards, but not my personal cup of tea.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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