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Mistral Wind

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oh well, thanks, Sergey! In fact, I really like this one too... (one day I'll go to a Molchat Doma's gig!). This genre is one of my favorites and they are very skilled in creating such atmospheres. 8,5/10

next one is sung in russian - i guess - and I remain in this genre.

 

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Really good, another decent sample of new-wave/post-punk. Thank you, Giuseppe. :cheers2 8/10.

Next one is in Finnish.

 

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even if I don't particularly enjoy the vocals (not in all the parts of the songs), I have to say I like the musical complexity of this song. It really is a good composition. 8/10

next one is in italian

 

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Zucchero isn't my favourite Italian vocalist, but this calm song is really nice. 7/10.

next one is in French

 

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very old-fashioned song! Pleasant! It's not the kind of things I usually listen to, but I enjoy it, when someone makes me listen to it. 7/10

next one is italian too... it's the song that has won the Sanremo Festival this year

 

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Oh, I didn't know this Brassens' song... nice, lively melody. 7/10

Next one has an english title, but it is sung in the hopi language, a language spoken by a native american tribe somewhere in Arizona

 

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I'm a big fan of Philip Glass. His compositions are just amazingly hypnotic. Soundtrack to "Koyaanisqatsi" is a masterpiece from the beginning to the end. 10/10.

The next one is in French, by Joe Dassin.

 

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