ART AND ILLUSION Monolithos

by Mellow Records MMP196

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A lot of Neo-Proggers have used middle-period
GENESIS (circa 1974-1976) as their role model.
Now imagine a band shaping its musical template
around milder Genesis tunes like "More Fool Me"
or "Ripples", and you'll have a pretty clear idea of
the Art and Illusion aesthetic.
What's immediately apparent in the band's
sophomore album is the professional production
job, a vast improvement over their rough-around-
the-edges 1990 debut.
The addition of an actual drummer must have
provided a real shot in the arm, and the entire
album shows an increased confidence
stemming no doubt from a more stable line-up
of musicians.
The final ballad "The Aleph" is a little jewel...

credits

released May 4, 1993

Line-up:

Fabio Antonelli
guitars, vocals on tracks 9 & 11

Luca Sabia
voicals and guitars

Marco Morandotti
keyboards

special guests:

Alberto Callegari
bass

Dario Broglia
drums, percussion

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