Blessed Child Opera is Paolo Messere's forma mentis (previously with Ulan Bator), at its third chapter, - Happy Ark is rich of a british romantic print notwithstanding it's from italy: reflective, dreamy, and flowery poetry, - courageous choices of romanticism (and unorthodox, seen They're from italy), for some movements close to The Verve, Tindersticks, - because of its elegant songwriting, fancy and narrative. It's Possible Something, as well the trumpets on Humiliating Whine, touches for sure in its instrumental digressions the more innermost ecstatic catharsis of the whole album, fairly good produced with sounds and well balanced. Personally i see the vice of these 55minutes of poetry and ascetic between ballad pop and slowcore music just in the lack of a quicker track, able to sign the difference in all this blanket of melancholy: - it's a good release, but the whole listen turns cloying in its one-dimensional pathos.
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