It's fourteen tracks only, to be correct, seen that #14 is 6 seconds silence, entitled (let me blow..) Colloquio risolutivo sull'europa sociale tra il presidente romano prodi ed il primo ministro cavaliere silvio berlusconi.. [translated it's almost 'Resolutive talk on social Europe between the president romano prodi and the first minister cavalier silvio Berlusconi.].. Krško Valencia has got a renewed phisical impact in comparison to François Cambuzat & Co's previous works. It stays the same scenic storyteller effect into an experimental post-rock raw (listen to the gypsy prose of Davos Bei Nacht and Gaio E Giallo), but, more, Cambuzat's role watches better to the melodical hooks that music offers him. - It doesn't feel anymore as Their sound was a simple framing of stop&go's and fractures of genre for political masochism, but all has turned into a trasversal room/suite, warmer and cosy. Then, a couple of songs restored under this alternative point of view, and new oxygen through pieces like Iparalde, as well as explosive melancholy of Pantocrator. Particular note for Chapelle du Sauvage, nocturnal arpeggio leaden by bassist Chiara Locardi's voice, in an exquisite french taste, soft and lovable (together with Cambuzat, in a demential vent on the last track), - a false patriotic chant, brothers of catastrophe on Caracas, Lusaka, Berlin, - and jazz smokes of Noir Orange, - brief instrumental interlude, enriched thanks to a quiet trumpet solo and piano raindrops. - On balance, i think this Krško - Valencia is well done, - it's singular but not unique/new, it's intimate but not exactly accesible, - although, the stench of policy, - whatever it is an attack or a social criticism, - it doesn't help me to fall in love.
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