Here we have a concept-album that requires quite a few spins
on CD player in order to digest all the tasty treasures that abound
on this multi-flavored disc.
Entering the progressive highway, we motor into Floydian territory,
then suddenly veer off into a style more reminiscent of Queensryche
or DT , a pit stop at the Marillion cafe and back on the road again heading towards jazzier climes.
Is the second album of this neo/symphonic rock band from 1995
named "Brainstorm of emptyness" issued as famus already
Ricardo Tonko the vocalist coming from Theatre, another great italian prog band who released one album in 1993 named
"No More Rhymes But Mr. Brainstorm", is the best vocalist Moongarden ever had, realy, his voice is deep, almost gothic in places,
with excellent variations of his tone, realy great voice and above
all fits perfectly in album's.
released November 1, 1995
- David Cremoni: acoustic and electric guitars
- Cristiano Roversi: organ, piano, keyboards, mellotron, bass
- Dimitri Sardini: heavy rhythm guitars
- Massimiliano Sorrenti: drums, percussion
with help from:
- Riccardo Tonco (Theatre): vocals, tambourine
- Marco Olivotto (TNR): viola & granural noise (11), additional pad (2)
- Nicola Cavaletto: good humour maintenance
All songs by Cristiano Roversi
"End of the day" by David Cremoni
"Is he mommy's little monster?"
by Rachmaninov / arranged by Cristiano Roversi