MARY NEWSLETTER Del perduto coraggio

by Mellow Records MMP384

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MARY NEWSLETTER would shoot a dreamy Déjà vu
via this whole album world.
Just after such a pop, catchy one, the real psychedelic
world by an Italian superior combo has been waiting for us.
"Ah ... Sssch!" is a heavy, dark rock world with a bit Krauty experimentalism here and there. Impressive are dark guitar
footsteps and slimy chorus ... along with ethnic flavoured
beats / melody line.
In the following one "Andrea Emo ..." we can get drenched
in electronic deep dread kicks and enthusiastically plaintive
solo voices.
Exactly into a dream flooded with a mixture of a dramatic
"rock" and a magical mystery tour.
"Dovuti Effetti Di Una Sola Causa" is kinda electro-hypnotic
space rock tinged with crazy ethnic beats and magical
spellings or something.
Electric percussion gives us comfort and superior grooves.
Whilst the last phrase sounds like a hard edged rock blaster,
a very colourful one.
"Neon" is one of the most interesting, most
Italian-charactered one, with brilliant sound
squeezes and wacky, warped dark ambience.
On the contrary, the following titled track
"Del Perduto Coraggio" consists of Kraut-ish
experimental guitar chase-game and metronomic
rhythms electronica ... flooded with their experimentalism,
an addictive one that grabs our heart obviously.
"Amica Venus" might be created with heavy rock riffs
blended with delightful chorus and psychedelic but
dramatic sound mysteries.
The heavy guitar solo sounds sooo enthusiastic enough
to drive us crazy into Italian psychedelic atmosphere.
"Wittgestein 31" is another stable space rock like
Hawkwind with sensitive word sounds and electronic slices ...
and we get awake in a sound of a strawberry alarm clock.
Through the reprise of "Deja Vu", we get serious again
in front of the real world via such a dark, deep, heavy quake "Prospettiva Nevski".
In this album "Del Perduto Coraggio"
(and the splendid sleeve!) we can understand another
appearance of RPI in MARY NEWSLETTER.
Yes cannot call them as a typical RPI combo but
simultaneously cannot avoid them in RPI scene at all.
Listen.

Review by DamoXt7942

from www.progarchives.com

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released April 13, 2000

Line-up:

Davide Pisi
electric and 12 strings acoustic guitars, percussions

Marco Gusberti
keyboards, piano

Mario Valentino Bramè
drums, percussions, acoustic guitar, vocals

Massimiliano Galbani
vocals

Massimo Necchi
bass, programming, additional keyboards and guitars

with
Marco Olivotto
recording, mixing, editing, vocals and additional bass

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