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  1. Mistral Wind

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    It becomes interesting towards the end, when guitars and drums try to be more powerful... but I do not like the melody, sorry. So, I'd say 6/10

    now... something in german

     
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    No, no, man, it's a mystical song about vampire, "The Enemy of the Sun", who came to our world from parallel reality.

    "Ohne dich" - great formidable hymn by Rammstein. 9/10.

    Next on Swedish language

     
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    wow! wonderful song! very powerful and solemn.
    Plus, it's sung not only in sweden but in latin too. I adore it!
    I don't usually listen to them, but I have to say that they know how to make songs. 7,5/10

    next song's in serbo-croatian...
     
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    Interesting song, very goog strings, but IMO, lead-singer's voice is pretty weak. Sorry, Giuseppe. 5.5/10.

    Next: Russian folk-song, sung in AC/DC style. :grinthumb

     
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    True! It's very similar to AC/DC's stuff! Nice! 7/10

    next song's sung in (lebanese) arabic

     
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    Good, especially guitar and violin parts. 6.5/10.

    Next: new song by Aria "To kill the dragon (inside yourself)".

     
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    I like the guitar riffs and the drums... But I think that even if he sings well, the vocals are kind of weak. He can't share his energy... with me at least. But, since the music is very pleasant, I give his band good mark. 7/10

    and now a song that's sung half in italian and half in sardinian

     
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    Very pleasant song with positive mood. :good7.5/10.

    Giuseppe, let's try another song (power-ballad) from the same album. Maybe, you'll like it... :peek

     
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    And yeah, Sergey! I'm saying it, I like it! :)
    I think it's better than the previous song by the same album.
    This one is sung with more pathos and all its elements mix well together. I also bet lyrics are very intense. 8/10

    And now, are you people ready for an old-style japanese song? Here it is!

     
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    I think this is the first time I hear a song sang in Japanese, their language in a way lends itself to songs and lyrics, similar to songs sang in Italian. The music for me starts in a two dimensional approach and then when the rest of instruments arrive the song becomes three dimensional with surprising depth. Maybe I am reading too much into it, but the effect was kind if new to me from a song, I cannot think of any comparisons. 6.8/10

    This next song is by an artist who started as a busker for groups in Paris, who is of Spannish descendants.

     

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