Of course, Gizmodrome take their music seriously. But face to faceThe concentrated history, which brings the participants, a round of humor is not enough. Adrian Belew, once a singer and guitarist of King Crimson, Vittorio Cosma, well-connected keyboard player from Milan, Mark King, bass player and voice of Level 42, and Stewart Copeland, drummer of The Police. The first appearance was Copeland’s 2003 appearance at the Apulian note della Taranta, whose program design was responsible for Cosma. They got to know each other, arranged a tour and came up with the idea of reactivating the Prog spirit of the time. Time went into the country, calls were made, a few song ideas were sent, and so the four gentlemen finally met in a Milan studio. It’s fun, have fun. Because the songs linked the musician characteristics of the musicians, the powerfully nervous drums, psychedelic moods with guitars, typical vocal phrases and harmonies of former combos, rock styles of many provencies from Reggae to Prog Rock, but above all the unleashed energy of great musicians Finally had something again, which is right for them. In the second third of the album, a song is called „Strange Things Happen“. This is quite true. In the second third of the album, a song is called „Strange Things Happen“. This is quite true. In the second third of the album, a song is called „Strange Things Happen“. This is quite true.
// Ralf Dombrowski