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HOMO HOMINI LUPUS

Locanda Delle Fate

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

2.25 | 44 ratings

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loserboy
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3 stars So most of you are asking is this as good as their debut album released back in 1977? Well let me say that it must be measured on different terms and conditions. This may shock many of you out there but I really like this album. "Homo Homini Lupus" could perhaps be best described as somewhere between classic LDF and modern prog acts with a modern flare. If you are like me then their first album is a treasured classic and I would end the discussion there and open a new chapter for LDF. I have read far too many reviews suggesting this new album is inferior that I could puke. In contrast LDF's new album is full of life and loads of symphonic influences and at times I hear the old classic band and album seaping through in drips and drabs. I should mention that most of the original members are back with the exception of lead singer Leonardo Sasso. Vocals are still very well done and hang together with great ease. "Homo Homini Lupus" explores a wide range of themes and ideas from the African bongos to the Mellotron. "HHL" has a very modern prog sound which is full and dynamic and does something for me... I guess that is why opinions are great I hear something in this recording I think many are missing... should be a great debate... but I groove this recording and think it is just grand these lads are back at it.
loserboy | 3/5 |

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