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IMAGO MUNDI

Asgard

 

Neo-Prog

3.59 | 39 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Forth album of this discret neo prog band from Italy with moderate succes in the '90s, issued at same WMMS and named Imago Mundi - 1993. Well this is a little known album that desearve a far more attention then it has today, is a concept album well played , performed and composed. Not a weak moments here, I like a lot this kind of neo prog, up tempo with very nice keyboards parts, guitar and all is more then great. I also lik the voice of Kikko Grosso, he has that goth special tone, deep and very elastic in manner of singing. So, as I said before I'm in minority here because I find this one better then Akana in any way. Pieces like opening track Transmigration - On A Blow Of Immense with bombastic chorus, the excellent duel between guitar and keyboards on Courage - Land Of The Dark Wood, the folky with nice flute on Serenity - Land Of The Green Flowers, the rest are also strong. So what to complain here I don't know, I like what I've hered here a lot, this kind of albums I can listen every time with pleasure never get boring. Imago Mundi is one of the unfairly little know album from neo prog field from early '90s. 4 stars easy and to me their best work for sure.
b_olariu | 4/5 |

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