Ordo Equitum Solis | Planetes

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by Ordo Equitum Solis

A collection of songs recalling images, colours and atmospheres of rare beauty.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Là-bas
5:32 album only
2. A stranger
5:05 album only
3. Through the fog
3:14 album only
4. Vagabondaggio
5:09 album only
5. Furthermost
3:15 album only
6. Into this funny play
3:41 album only
7. How
3:10 album only
8. Storie e leggende del Conte da Framura
4:43 album only
9. Oublier et Sourire
3:15 album only
10. Signs
3:55 album only
11. River of Life
3:34 album only
12. Still
4:32 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“This one is not only OES’ nicest cd so far, but it is also one of the best albums of the nineties… The incredible artistic maturity enclosed in the harmony of this album is astonishing… Each single track is a little treat designed with taste, taken care of in any detail… A manifest of life for its beautiful lyrics, an album to be listened to in absolute solitude…” Walter Piano, Ascension n°2, 07/1999

“At this point what could I say of OES; absolutely nothing, as we all know that this duo must be one of the best musical expressions in the world. Planetes is a collection of songs with a proper and intimate character, very accessible and I would even say that it could delight any kind of listener…” A. Sepulveda, Grindcrusher 05/2000

“I should be a painter to describe correctly that great album; there should be a painting for each song, because each one recalls different images, colours and atmospheres… the band is finally back with a new treasure that can be yours; do not renounce to their whole discography; do not renounce to a piece of your soul.” Laura Archini, Metal Shock n°279, 10/1999

“Planetes, with its delicate electro-acoustic ballads and its subtle “esoteric” keyboard layers, places itself more than worthily in a creative path still in solitary and noteworthy ascent” Vittore Baroni, Rumore n°85, 02/1999

“Arcane, esoteric and intimate,… it will surely be appreciated by those who enjoy the folk aspect of the European gothic scene.” Stefano Morelli, Rosa Selvaggia, 05/1999

“ OES remain one of the few modern artists who embody sincerity and free spirit, … at the same time they go in to cover the line of human knowledge between past and present, legend and reality, drawing from this the salt of an artistic and inner growth.” Aldo Chimenti, Rockerilla n°299 09/1999



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