ATON'S Dr. Faust

by Mellow Records MMP198

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about

''Caccia grossa'' marked the last contribution of long-time
drummer Massimo Trasente for the band,as he relocated
in France.
Shocked, the two remaining Aton's members Vito Frallonardo
and Pietro Ratto started looking for his replacement.
It was the drummer Riccardo Lombardo who took after the job.
Meanwhile Aton's signed a contract with Mellow Records.
As a rock interpretation of Goethe's Faust, Aton's returned
with their third album ''Dr. Faust'' in 1992.

The first tracks contain some good instrumental parts with good breaks and melodies with even ''Notte di Valpurgia'' being all instrumental with a strong LE ORME influence and really
challenging changing moods.
The voice of Pietro Ratto remains a trademark and a highlight
of the band.
''Rimasto solo'' is a great piece of the good Aton's face with
Ratto's sensational vocals on the forefront and a grandiose symphonic middle section.

This album is headed to fans of romantic Italian Prog.

credits

released April 21, 1992

line-up

Pietro Ratto
guitars, vocals, keyboards

Vito Frallonardo
bass

Riccardo Lombardo
drums

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