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3.71 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

- Cover versions
1. Il Segno Del Comando: Lady Ligela
2. Gran Turismo Veloce: Il re di Ralpure
3. Sciarada: Dietro Il Silenzio
4. InSonar: Plaisir d'Amour
5. Claudio Milano/Marco Tuppo feat. Liir Bu Fer: Gallia
6. Central Unit: Giovane Madre
7. Arturo St?lteri: Morella
- Alternative Versions
8. Sonde in Profondita
9. Mein Armer Italiener
- Tre
10. Soldato
11. Cilla
12. What'd You Say
- Finale
13. Sciarada: Giovane Madre

Line-up / Musicians

Tracks 1 to 7, 13:
- Artists as listed

Tracks 8-12:
- Arturo Stalteri / piano, organ, spinet, cembalo, synth, Glockenspiel, guitar, recorder, tambourine, violin
- Gaio Chiocchio / guitars, mandoline, harpsicord, synth, Shaj Baja, zither tirolese, sitar, bell
- Jacqueline Darby / voice

Releases information

Musiche Particolari & Records

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and to andyman1125 for the last updates
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PIERROT LUNAIRE Tre ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(44%)
Good, but non-essential (22%)
Collectors/fans only (33%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)


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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars PIERROT LUNAIRE was a short-lived Italian band, whose two albums from the mid-'70s made them a semi-legendary act in Italian music history. And it is their second and last production "Gudrun" from 1976 that has earned them most accolades, at least by progressive rock aficionados. Until recently, these two albums covered all known recorded material by the band, with later reissues catering for various outtakes, alternative versions and suchlike. But with the release of "Tre" in 2011, the history of this band will be in need of a slight revision.

The five recordings by Pierrot Lunaire, three of which are previously unreleased, aren't the major reason for owning this CD, unless you're an avid fan that is. But fans and those curious alike might want to and possibly should contemplate getting this production for the cover versions, which by and large are of good to excellent quality. Some straying further from the originals than others, but all of them are well made recordings by artists that appear to be passionate about the material they have chosen to cover. First and foremost a disc that will interest fans I suspect, but there's plenty to enjoy here even for those who don't have this Italian act as a personal favorite.

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