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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. About butterflies and children (3:02)
2. Places Remained (4:29)
3. The misplay (4:32)
4. From silence to noise (15:29)
5. Someone starts to fade away (8:55)
6. Kites (8:30)
7. Lightdark (8:45)

Total Time: 57:42

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Line-up / Musicians

- Giancarlo Erra / vocals, guitars, keyboards
- Paolo Martellacci / keyboards, vocals
- Gabriele Savini / acoustic guitars
- Alessandro Luci / bass
- Gigi Zito / drums, vocals

Guest musicians:
- Tim Bowness / vocals (5)
- Marianne de Chastelaine / cellos (3, 6 & 7)

Releases information

Burning Shed, 2008

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3.84
(126 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(24%)
24%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(41%)
41%
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Collectors/fans only (9%)
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Review by Mellotron Storm
PROG REVIEWER
4 stars It took me some time to warm up to this one. "Sol29" is one of my all time favourite recordings and I was counting on something similar, but this one is more ambient and less emotional for me. "Places Remained" and "From Silence To Noise" were both instant classics for me, and "Kites" is really good, but the rest just doesn't do a lot for me. It's slow moving much like a NO-MAN record. Speaking of which Tim Bowness sings on one track.

"About Butterflies And Children" opens with waves of synths and organ. Sporadic keys before a minute and throughout this slow moving soundscape. "Places Remained" opens with heavy drums that are slowly pounded as synths come in then vocals. The chorus is more passionate and fuller sounding. Guitar 3 minutes in is fantastic as it soars on and on to the end of the song. "The Misplay" is another slow moving song with the focus on the vocals this time as synths float along more in the background. Keys from intro are back before 2 1/2 minutes. Cello after 3 minutes as keys continue. It's ok.

"From Silence To Noise" is by far the longest track at over 15 minutes. It opens very quietly with synths and other sounds. Acoustic guitar before 2 1/2 minutes as vocals follow. Drums before 4 1/2 minutes as the tempo picks up a notch. Great sound that reminds me of "Sol29". It becomes more powerful after 7 minutes but it's brief. Atmospheric soundscape until the guitar arrives 8 1/2 minutes in with a beautiful solo. Vocals return after 9 1/2 minutes for a minute as waves of synths and acoustic guitar end it. "Someone Starts To Fade Away" opens with keys as guitar and synths join in. Vocals(Tim Bowness) after a minute. Love the guitar that cries out 5 minutes in and continues for almost 3 minutes. "Kites" is very mellow as vocals come in around a minute. Cello follows. The chorus sounds beautiful. More cello late. "Lightdark" opens with keys as vocals follow in this mellow soundscape. Synths become prominant 3 minutes in. Guitar joins in after 4 minutes. This continues until 7 1/2 minutes in when the rain starts to fall as melody stops.

Still a 4 star record, but a low 4 from me.

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Posted Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Review by UMUR
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4 stars Lightdark is the second album from Italian ambient/ atmospheric rock band Nosound. I was very impressed with their debut album and really enjoy listening to that one once in a while and Lightdark continues the style Nosound initiated on Sol29. Their sound reminds me of the most slow and ambient Porcupine Tree songs and there is definitely also a Pink Floyd influence but Nosound has their own sound despite the obvious influences. This is the kind of music where you can disappear while listening to it. Itīs very meditative and soft.

The songs are very simple but has lots of layers of synth while bass, guitar and drums are also a part of the soundscape. This time around Nosound has also included Cello in some of the songs and the sound of the Cello really adds an extra dimension to the songs in which it appears which is The misplay, Kites and the title track. The songs are generally slow building and only slowly adds new layers to the compositions but the songs never gets too repetitive or boring. In the case of Nosound I rather enjoy their slow building atmospheres. There are some really majestic and beautiful guitar solos on the album that needs to be mentioned as well. The synth sounds that are used sounds very grand. When the climaxes comes in the songs Iīm almost blown back in my seat by this wall of synths. Itīs pretty spectacular and a real treat IMO.

The musicianship is very good on the album. I havenīt yet mentioned the vocals which are heavily accented but in a quite charming way. The vocals are simple and almost works as another instrument when they appear.

The production is otherworldly. One of the best modern prog rock productions I have listened to in a long time. Itīs quite overwhelming at times. Very elaborate.

Nosound is such a great band and I enjoy their music very much. Lightdark is the natural progression from the debut and with this album Nosound have developed their style just enough to not sound stagnated. Their music is not original as such but they have their own take on this ambient rock style that pleases me and moves me. Lightdark is a sure 4 star album and itīs equally as good as the debut so if you liked that one this is a sure buy.

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Posted Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Review by ProgBagel
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4 stars NoSound - 'Lightdark' 4 stars

All the grievances I had on the debut were mostly solved on this album. The potential I saw for them to get better in my opinion is fulfilled.

Continuing from the last track on 'Sol 29' the intro to 'Lightdark' was just akin in terms of beauty, exquisite ambience to take the mind to a heightened peaceful experience. The vocals did get much better. Giancarlo sounds pretty good when he is 'singing', but when he tries his laid back/whispering vocals, it just sounds like a huge struggle to pronounce some words. Even if the vocals were still a problem, they are very scarce on this record, the beauty that was thrown in the background on the first album is brought into the spotlight, and it shines ever so bright.

The second track 'Places Remain' was the single off the album. I actually consider it one of the weakest songs on the album, and that is not to discredit it at all, my reasons later. The stark contrast of what Giancarlo can sound like between his two vocal styles can be seen hear. The chorus features his good side, while he kind of ruins the verses with his broken English.

The other tracks were far more interesting. There is a cello on some of the tracks that adds to the beautiful keyboard work. 'The Misplay' and the end of 'Kites' show some of the finest points in NoSound's music so far, I think the cello should have a permanent spot in the line-up, the melancholy of the cello and bright keyboard samples work so well in unison, creating such a unique/diverse experience. The guitars and drums are very restricted on this album, which isn't a bad thing in my opinion. The title track's guitar solo is so very Gilmourish and 'Places Remain' sounds like a Wilson solo as well, suffice to say, Giancarlo needs to find somewhat of his own guitar sound.

However, the influence that sticks out the most might be No-Man. Even Tim Bowness vocals are featured on one of the tracks, which save Giancarlo from perhaps butchering the song. The overall feel of the slow work makes it feel similar to No-Man, but not sounding like an imitation of it or anything.

Really, the only problems here were SOME of the vocal parts and some of the guitar spots. I thought this was a real nice album to relax to, or even appeal to in a downtime because of the tear jerking cello work. Excellent album in my opinion.

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Posted Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Review by erik neuteboom
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3 stars

This is a progressive formation from Italy that is rooted in 2002, it started as an one man project by Giancarlo Erra, later the line-up grew and nowadays it's a five piece band. In 2005 Nosound released their debut CD Sol29 and this year (2008) their second effort entitled Lightdark.

Listening to this new album often Porcupine Tree and Pink Floyd come to my mind, not surprisingly because Giancarlo Erra was the prime mover of Porcupine Tree tribute band Red Shift! The atmospheres in the seven compositions are very mellow, I would like to describe it as a blend of ambient, electronic and space rock featuring soaring keyboard layers, dreamy vocals, slow rhythms and some moving Gilmourian guitar solos, especially in the tracks Places Remained (melancholical vocals and howling guitar solo), the long From Silence To Noise (another compelling Gilmourian guitar solo), Kites (great build-up, wonderful interplay between soft violin-Mellotron waves and cello and splendid grand finale with spectacular synthesizer work, propulsive drums and wailing cello) and the final track Lightdark (beautiful strings sound and spacey guitar solo with saoring keyboards). At least half of this album (close to one hour running time) is in the vein of Porcupine Tree (Pink Floyd oriented-era) but Nosound also delivers more original material like the dark sounding Someone Starts To Fade Away, my absolute highlight and in my opinion the most original composition on this album: it starts dreamy with keyboard, piano and guitar along almost whispering vocals, then the sound becomes more lush and compelling, a very hypnotizing musical experience that is topped by a howling guitar solo, simply wonderful!

I am very curious to their next effort, if they continue to make music like Someone Starts To Fade Away, I am sure Nosound will turn from an obviously Porcupine Tree inspired band into a band with an own identity (just like Anekdoten). This is a very promising new progressive band that has delivered a beautiful atmospheric album, especially to be carried away during the late and dark hours!

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Review by Windhawk
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3 stars Third album by Italian outfit is pretty weird release, but with many good qualities.

There are many elements in their music which is kinda strange - the slow, synth and keyboard driven passages which more than often will make you think about new age, the cold sound of these various layers of synths and keyboards creating a sort of alien mood; the Pink Floyd influences and moods which suddenly unfolds when the acoustic guitar, bass and drums are given room to maneuver in; and thedeep contrast between cold synths and a raspy, dark and yet oddly distant vocal style.

Minimalistic themes in slow compositions dominated by multilayered and often majestic-sounding synths is the name of the game here, with piano and vocals as regular additions while the guitar get to serve some mellow, acoustic psychedelic licks almost as frequently. Bass, percussion and drums are added to some tunes or segments of these, giving these a tinge of Pink Floyd in sound, albeit a cold sounding version of their music.

Not music for all and sundry, but fans of space rock mixed with new age and minimalistic music might want to check out this one; and same applies for symphonic rock fans to some extent.

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Review by Bonnek
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Metal Team
5 stars Nosound must be the best band I discovered in 2008. It's a project from Italy of all places. Luckily, it's not the kind of sentimental stuff you might anticipate because of that. Lightdark is very much what the album title suggests. It's a gentle and melancholic album that chooses subtleness over exaggeration, dense atmospheres over swagger and light tones over oppressive chords.

It is a triumph of understatement. So, naturally, you will need to sit back and relax to this one. You need to sink into the enchanting atmosphere of Erra's world and let its slow pace gradually enchant you.

The album will probably have a recognizable flair to it. At least if you're familiar with PT's Sky Moves Sideways or with some of the recent No Man releases. Erra is an admitted admirer of No Man and even got Tim Bowness to sing on one track. So it's hardly a surprise the music treads known grounds. But this never gets in the way of enjoying it. The album is consistent throughout. Despite its obvious influences; it leaves a very personal impression. The inspiration must have run very high as the album exists in a 2CD edition that does not have a dip over its entire 90 minute course.

I haven't been able to lay my hands on anything from Nosound but this Lightdark album. But I sure will as soon as I get the chance to it.

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3 stars In this second studio album, NOSOUND still are redfiining, polishing and freeing themselves of the obvious Floyd's inheritance. Something that will happen later, in retrospective (I started my NOSOUND aquaintance with the 3rd. album). A blend between NO-MAN's passionate lyricism and the "new" Floyd ... (read more)

Report this review (#1046475) | Posted by admireArt | Friday, September 27, 2013 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Spacious. Ambient. Simply constructed. I can see why some listeners might not enjoy this album (and, thus, write negative reviews of it). But for one who enjoys PINK FLOYD, PORCUPINE TREE, DAVID SYLVIAN, BRIAN ENO, or AIRBAG, this is a wonderful album. In fact, IMHO, there are several songs on Light ... (read more)

Report this review (#299029) | Posted by BrufordFreak | Monday, September 13, 2010 | Review Permanlink

4 stars This is a truly beautiful album - one to lie back look at the sky (particularly the "clouds"!) relax and float away. Some might find it a bit slow moving - I notice some of the other reviews express boredom and I can understand that, but you need to be in the right mood - a chilled out and rela ... (read more)

Report this review (#221119) | Posted by PinkPangolin | Sunday, June 14, 2009 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Nosound - lightdark It is hard to begin to review this album because there are so many angles I could take. You can put this album into one of several categories - Progressive Art, Electronic (though there is lots of guitar and acoustic drums), or possibly Psychedelic/Space. This is not a bang ... (read more)

Report this review (#162358) | Posted by Radtoy | Friday, February 22, 2008 | Review Permanlink

5 stars This my review for www.electricrequiem.com , a greek online music magazine : I was very happy to receive this release not only due to that Nosound's latest offering had grabbed my interest but also because it comes from one of my favourite independent labels, Burning Shed. After Sol29 then, whi ... (read more)

Report this review (#162292) | Posted by panaiotis | Thursday, February 21, 2008 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Nosound- Lightdark A review by Andrew Sargent February 2008 This is the second studio release from the Italian progressive/ ambient band and has been much anticipated by the ever-growing fanbase. To try and describe Nosound's music is difficult without having to draw comparisons to other b ... (read more)

Report this review (#161399) | Posted by AndrewSargent | Saturday, February 09, 2008 | Review Permanlink

2 stars I wish there were no sounds here. Well, before I got this album I had read that Nosound sounds like (early) Porcupine Tree, No-Man, Pink Floyd and most post-rock bands and I thought that it would be my cup of tea perhaps, but now I can say that unfortunately I don’t like this record. ... (read more)

Report this review (#161191) | Posted by Paper Champion | Thursday, February 07, 2008 | Review Permanlink

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