Quiet deconstructed and excessively experimental, it somehow prefigures DAAL’s “future”, far more polished albums. But that will be the “future”. This one holds some very good songs, others are good, and some others kind of expendable. The best surprise is to find these guys roots, on Non-prog/Prog bands like “YELLO”, “Tuxedomoon” and “Underworld’s” electronic/ trance.. Also, a lot of very early “electronic music”,( which by the way, many consider Italy to be its “craddle”, way back in 1930). And close to Prog influences like Van der Graff, ELP, Univers Zero and Klaus Schulze’s first works.