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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Twilight (3:56)
2. Night Zone (5:28)
3. Out of Sight (4:01)
4. Never look Back (3:36)
5. Fever (5:07)
6. Final Curtain (6:19)
7. White Thrash (3:44)
8. Newspeak (4:05)
9. Lakes of Crystal Waters (5:12)
10. (Bonus) (4:32)

Total Time: 46:03

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Line-up / Musicians

- Manny Kaufmann / keyboards
- Christoph Senoner / guitars
- Thomas Pichler / bass
- Michael "Gadget" Gadner / vocals
- Bernd Andergassen / drums
- Annalisa Pasqualotto / vocals on "Falling Down"

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Review by andrea
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1 stars After the release of the excellent "King Laurin And His Rosegarden" Mad Puppet had good live activity and in 1997 released a live album, "Live at Carambolage". Some line up problems followed and in 2000 with a renewed line up featuring Manfred Kaufmann (keyboards), Christoph Senoner (guitars), Thomas Pichler (bass), Michael "Gadget" Gadner (vocals), Bernd Andergassen (drums) and Annalisa Pasqualotto (vocals) Mad Puppet released what is their last album so far, the disappointing "Cube". Six years after their previous album the band decided another change in their musical direction veering to pop-rock again. I don't know the reasons for this decision, but as a prog lover I find that this album is nothing but a collection of songs with influences ranging from U2 to Duran Duran. Of course, the musicianship is good and there are even some good melodies but here there's almost no trace of progressive rock! The bonus track features even dance influences and recalls Blondie! Anyway, if you are in the mood of listening to some good pop-rock songs you can listen to the complete album for free on their official website...

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