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Sensations' Fix


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.80 | 39 ratings

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4 stars Finest Finger is overall regarded as the best album from SENSATIONS' FIX and sure it is. With the respect to preceding albums this one is maybe less complex, but surely more lyric oriented and little more dark and less crauty. The songs are 3-5 minutes long but all very interesting. The introduction of the keyboard player Steve Head brought the leader Franco Falsini to mainly concentrate on lyrics and sound. The Falsini's vocalism is a bit Peter Gabriel oriented, but the sound is widely different from any Genesis orientation. His guitar solos are finely inspired, not so fast, but full of feeling and effects. All the musicians are at their best and please pay a little attention to the very personal style of the drummer, especially in Just a little bit more on the curve, which also has a great acoustic guitar solo in the middle, and Yardbirds dream. The Boat of Madness is wonderful in sound, lyrics and feeling. It's all based on the two whistles and is pervaded by a very dark atmosphere, darker than in the whole album. Starting from the beautiful Strange About Your Hands and going through the other 8 songs this 35 minutes long album is a perfect introduction in the crosscontamination of electronic waves with prog music.

Three poin five Stars and a bow to Franco Falsini, wherever is he nowadays!

progpromoter | 4/5 |


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