Moongarden - Round Midnight


Year of Release: 2004
Label: Galileo Records
Catalog Number: Gr 008
Format: CD
Total Time: 52:25:00

After four years, Moongarden return with a high quality album. And it is worth the waiting.

The album is quite interesting because it shows some different aspects of music: it contains pop, post rock, classic prog, hard rock and so on. It has a dark atmosphere and it is very sad; in fact, the main topic of this release is loneliness and it is represented by some parts a l? Porcupine Tree or Radiohead. The group makes much use of electronic sounds, which gives it a touch of innovative mark, and that makes this disc particular.

A very good signing for Galileo Records.


Tracklisting:
'Round Midnight (7:48) / Wounded (7:25) / Killing The Angel (4:53) / Lucifero (6:36) / Slowmotion Streets (5:47) / Learning To Live Under The Ground (10:24) / Coda: Psychedelic Subway Ride (1:56) / Nightmare Concrete (5:42) / Oh, By The Way, We're So Many In This City And So Damn Alone (1:54)

Musicians:
Cristiano Roversi - keyboards and stick
Luca Palleschi - voice
David Cremoni - guitars
Mirko Tagliasecchi - bass
Massimiliano Sorrentini - drums and samples

Discography:
Moonsadness (1995)
Brainstorm Of Emptyness (1996)
The Gates Of Omega (2001)
Round Midnight (2004)
Songs From The Lighthouse (2008)
A Vulgar Display Of Prog (2009)

Genre: Progressive Rock

Origin IT

Added: July 25th 2004
Reviewer: Davide Guidone
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