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Sunday, December 26, 2010

Museo Rosenbach 1973 Zarathustra

Genre: Progressive Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:39:34
Size: 90,48 MB

Review by ahmetbolanyig

One of the masterpieces of the Italian symphonic movement, this album is based on the records of 1972. With previously Deep Purple, Uriah Heep in interpreting time as part of groups have found their own line and began to give place to the more experimental elements. Next to the dark and heavy symphonic prog music elements in a manner befitting the album's concept was collated. Mentioned concepts, Friedrich Nietzsche's Zarathustra in his book "superior man" is based on the concept.

20:54 luxury, "Zarathustra" on a progressive track is one of the most powerful entry. Places, the dark atmosphere, bombastic vocals and jazz music for transitions to a twenty-minute ride out to the listener. It is a much too tiring. Do not bother people. But tiring. "Degli Uomini" brother, a symphonic jazz work of the other. Is gay. Will accompany his melodies. "Della Natura" the most complex part of the album. Attacks and transitions abound. The rest will not tell the sex. It, too, is a progressive course. "Dell 'Eterno Ritorno" is the album's closing track. Hard riffs, high-tempo, syncopated drums and atrophy of the audience will atrophy.


01 - Zarathustra- L'ultimo Uomo 03:58

02 - Zarathustra- Il Re Di Ieri 04:40

03 - Zarathustra- Al Di La Del Bene E Del Male 02:41

04 - Zarathustra- Superuomo 06:31

05 - Zarathustra- Il Tempio Delle Clessidre 02:51

06 - Degli Uomini 04:02

07 - Della Natura 08:33

08 - Dell'eterno Ritorno 06:18

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1 comment:

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