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"....L'Inferno begins. It is a fascinating relic of pre-First World War signs and wonders. .....ts effects .................. have the antique oddness of a magic-lantern show, as carousels of bodies jerkily swivel, rows of legs poke out of a river of filth, and a dragon appears, inexplicably, for a second. Naked bodies twist in suffering, and men in horned devil-suits cackle. To this, Tangerine Dream add momentum and even melodrama, restricting themselves at times to dark, low strings."

Independent Review Nick Hasted 10 March 2004