9 Songs, 30 Minutes


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Arnold Diaz ,


At his best, Luca Carboni can be exciting, heartbreaking and original. At his worst, he can be uninteresting, boring and derivative. His last was a breath of fresh air. This one seems like a generic Italian pop album recorded by mediocre studio musicians (or rather, computer technicians), and then given to him to sing in top of hackneyed musical cliches. In short, this is him at his worst. Nothing interesting here. Of all the albums Carboni has released in a very long career, you should buy this one last. Really, last. Dead last.

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