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Posted by: Jermy 24-Oct-2011, 01:24 AM
erm- I think the editorial review is a little bit wrong!!!!Omnia are NOT from Italy and have nothing to do with Alex Montana or Bocelli...they are from the Netherlands and are a 'PaganFolk'band. Here is their biography from their website
The bohemian PaganFolk band "OMNIA" revolves around the many varied compositions, stories and musical abilities of Jenny and Steve Sic Evans van der Harten. Together with their band consisting of the handsome pagan "guitar hero" Philip Steenbergen (guitars), entrancing Persian beauty Maral (backing vocals, percussion and dance), crazy Didgeman Daphyd Crow (slideridoos and percussion) and assisted by their amazing live-crew, they tour throughout Europe and beyond.
OMNIA brings a musical message of respect for nature, personal liberty and freedom of thought and expression for all. In the words of Steve Sic (the one and only Pope of Paganism): “Nothing is sacred, only nature!”
They fill their amazing live performances to the brim with brilliant and diverse music, satirical humour, visual richness and a very singular anarchist approach to ancient European religion and musical tradition, combined with modern pagan spirituality. In this way they have captivated the hearts and minds of audiences of all ages and musical preferences and world views, giving them a very wide and varied worldwide fanbase.
OMNIA is completely self-managed by Jenny and Steve Sic as an independent and free-spirited cult-underground band which has survived and prospered below the radar of the harsh "regular" music business; writing their own material and recording, producing and printing cd's and dvd's on their independent label "Pagan Scum Records".

Posted by: Jermy 26-Oct-2011, 03:08 AM
That's weird. Now the editorial review tells us that the album is a solo effort by the Doors keyboard player...!

Posted by: MichaelaMac 27-Jan-2021, 05:31 PM
Love the Raven - nevermore! This is the best version of The Raven that I have heard.<br><br>Review on Omnia<br><a href=''><b>Visit Album Page</b></a>

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