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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Permafrost (1:19)
2. Come Ho Fatto a Finire In Questo Deserto (2:50)
3. Personal Titanic (2:39)
4. Utile Idiota (2:07)
5. Magnesio (3:35)
6. Un Luogo Dove Non Sono Mai Stato (1:34)
7. Amber (3:21)
8. Istruzioni per l'uso della signorina Richmond (5:18)
9. I veri uomini stanno a Chieti (3:03)
10. Sedna (1:32)
11. Nibor Dooh (0:07)
12. S.B.S. (Sandro Bondi Syndrome) (3:19)
13. Virus Inc. (2:48)
14. Cose Che Si Rompono (2:39)
15. Come Tagliare Le Mani a Un Fantasma (1:43)
16. Deposito 423 (5:31)
17. Anche I Bocconiani Hanno Cominciato Da Piccoli (0:51)
18. Wormhole (3:24)
19. C'e ancora vita su Marte (3:25)
20. Il ciclo R.e.m. di una cittą stanca, Pt. 1 (0:39)
21. Il ciclo R.e.m. di una cittą stanca, Pt. 2 (4:48)
22. Still Life (0:37)

Total Time 57:09

Line-up / Musicians

- Alessandro Casini / guitar
- Vittorio Nistri / electronics
- Simone Tilli / vocals
- Edoardo Mencherini / bass
- Silvio Brambilla / drums
- Stefano Porciani / scratch

- Vincenzo Vasi / theremin, vibraphone
- Enrico Gabrielli / clarinet, flute
- Jacopo Andreini / alto saxophone
- Paolo Benvegnł and Paola Maria / vocals

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Review by octopus-4
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR RIO/Avant/Zeuhl,Neo & Post/Math Teams
3 stars About one hour of music split into 22 quite short tracks. Apparently it's very distant from the progressive world, but DEADBURGER is mainly an avantgarde band even with some roots in the 90s pop.

The first reference that I have in mind, but this regards this album only, not the full discogrphy, it's the effects on the lead vocals. Very similar to an Italian pop-band called SUBSONICA. The main difference stays in some noisy inserts, in partcular in the middle of the "longest" songs, like "Magnesio".

There is much melody, even if well hidden behind electronic sounds and distorted voice, and going ahead with the album, the Subsonica flavor is gradually replaced by something closer to NICHELODEON. than to pop. An example is "Nibor Dooh" with its intrusions into noisi metal.

Vittorio NISTRI makes a great job with the electronics. The sounds that he obtains from his equipent are sometimes weird. There are metal explosions to enrich repetitive themes, obsessive percussion, all mixed up with some pop. In brief, a very interesting album from a very interesting band.

It's a pity that the vocal effects make understanding the lyrics quite dfficult, even for an Italuan. An interesting mixture of sounds works very well with ". Come Tagliare Le Mani a Un Fantasma". (How to cut a phantom's hands off). Not too different from IOSONOUNCANE (recently rejected from PA).

So it's a good album. Maybe a bit difficult for who is not particualrily into Avant, but it's approachable by everybody. The lyrics are in Italian, but I must admit that in this album the voice is more an additional instrument.

As often happens in prog, the longest track is the best. It has many different elements and its 5 minutes are enough to let the band develop it.

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