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3.97 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Vagina Denata (An Awful Short Story) (4:28)
2. You Asked (4:21)
3. Antistructure (4:44)
4. Love is a Resonance (3:28)
5. Asparagus Piss (3:18)
6. Disembodied in Mojave (4:50)
7. Tiktaalik in Evolution (The Link) (4:51)
8. The Smell of Weightlessness (5:42)
9. Telling England by the Sound (4:32)
10. His/Her Dosage (4:48)
11. Is You is Or is You Ain't? (6:16)
12. Unsolved (2:40)

Total Time 54:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Alex Masi / guitars, bass, keyboards
- John Macaluso / drums

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ALEX MASI Late Nights At Desert's Rimrock ratings distribution

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Intriguing release by this Italian born guitarist.

Here he comes across as a cross between Robert Fripp and Joe Satriani; with dreamy melodic soloing mixed with atonal and disharmonic sounding guitars and guitar layers. And some shredding is inserted as well - in both styles of guitar playing.

Underscoring the guitars are some really cool bass lines, mostly melodic as well as quirky, some nice use of various synth-produced sounds. And the drumming, mostly quirky, always good, and with a distinct jazz flavour to it in style.

Liberal fans of fusion and shred should check out this one further; and those enjoying the works of Robert Fripp might also find something of interest here.

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4 stars FEROCIOUS PLAYING!That is what it comes first in my mind when I speak about the unbelieveble manner in which MASI is playing guitar on this album!For me,this album is a logical following to the spectacular MCM album,where the killer duo MASI-MACALUSO is helped by the monster bass player RANDY ... (read more)

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