Gatto Marte | Marte Sulla Luna

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Marte Sulla Luna

by Gatto Marte

This vibrant release from the electro-acoustic Gatto Marte ensemble features a previously unheard symphonic sound. A fusion of prog. rock inspired, nightmare-music and beautifully reflective chamber pieces with just a sprinkling of electronic warmth.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Dagon
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2. Cacciatore Di Farfalle
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3. Il Parrucchino
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4. Sinfonia No. 1 (Notturno)
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5. Kindering
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6. Sinfonia No. 2 (Vento Di Libeccio)
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7. Cthulhu
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8. Hotel Plaza
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9. Megavalse
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10. Honky Tonky
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Marte Sulla Luna, Gatto Marte's ninth album, marks a return to some of the the ensemble’s original values, being of a stylistic intensity that some might call hard-core. The Gatto Marte sound is enhanced with the return of heavy percussion and the addition of electric guitar and synthesizer. The album serves a variety of moods, from tracks like the impulsive and irrepressibly loud Dagon and Cthulhu, to lyrical gems like Hotel Plaza.


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