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THE WORLD IS OUTSIDE

NoSound

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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DVD/Video, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

Live tracks:
1. Idle End (9:55)
2. Sol29 (6:49)
3. The Moment She Knew (10:01)

Unreleased videos:
4. Contempling Neptune (3:01)
5. Contempling Mars (2:37)
6. Contempling Moon (3:23)

Sol29 outtakes:
7. The Red Song (4:00)
8. Idae14 (3:24)
9. The World Is Outside (5:17)

Bonus tracks:
10. Live backstage (4:48)
11. Dvd making of (3:14)
12. Credits (2:20)


Total Time 58:45

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Line-up / Musicians

- Giancarlo Erra / vocals, guitars, keyboards
- Paolo Martellacci / keyboards, vocals
- Gabriele Savini / acoustic guitars
- Alessandro Luci / bass
- Mario D'Amico / drums

Releases information

The Sol29 sessions, live recordings and unreleased material.

This DVD-R (avaiable only from this website and at live gigs) contains all the material from the Sol29 period. It represents the start of Nosound, and complements the Sol29 official album with outtakes, extra unreleased material and some live performances.
The first part includes three live tracks recorded audio/video during Nosound first live performance as a band. The second part is a collection of three pieces of ambient music accompanied by some 'space' images. The third part features three Sol29 outtakes, as audio tracks from the Sol29 sessions, previously unreleaed or available only as mp3. The last section contains some extra bonus material, like shots of live backstage and dvd working in studio.
Intended to be a fan/collector's dvd-r item, will be available at a special cheap price and with our usual professional and 'classy' package and graphics.

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