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|Catalog #||TMR 001|
It is the first album recorded by Danilo Fratondi in fully digital form, although the second in their personal account. This album is inspired by the dark stage of The Cure (albums "Seventeen Seconds", "Faith" and "Pornography"), more precisely with the album "Faith" (the one containing the original video of "Carnage Visors"). Danilo had originally thought well to make a album like "Faith", with songs that vary greatly from each other in terms of duration and grim. The idea is line continued with songs like "Pressure", "The Last Moments Of Our Lives" or "Carnage Visions" but appeared tracks like "All Is Full Of Love" which scattered the environment while at the same time were not happy. The first single chosen from this album is "Ocean", which was the first song Danilo wrote in 2008 and was scheduled to come out with their second job now (the confusion was due to the moving, which forced him to start from zero after taking his first job almost done). Also "Ocean" is molded perfectly with the dark environment and infinite proposed Danilo's first album. The next single is "Seems Reality Destroys Our Dreams", the first song that Danilo had created first in his mind (the rest was created in the keyboard itself) and he had the challenge of writing a musical idea to the piano. Finally came out better than expected and was released as a single, this song as he says, speaking of how the reality prevailing in the dreams of people and "those people" who have no chance or opportunity to make even the simplest desires. For the song, Danilo was inspired by his favorite song from The Cure "Strange Attraction", which says at the end: "I was sure you'll be the one, i was wrong. Seems reality destroys our dreams but i will not forget you. " The subsequent singles "The Sky Took My Sunrise" and "Cold As The Ice" are similar in terms of the sad stories that hides: The first was dedicated to Fratondi godmother, who died of lung cancer at the age of 43 years (Danilo was then 15 years). The second song is the only one that is out Danilo's environment as it speaks of what it's like "the cold and hunger" in the streets, which fortunately never happened but that he always saw like something terrible. Both songs with a great melody on the piano.
- "Ocean (single)" – 6:17
- "The Last Moments Of Our Lives" – 4:47
- "Cold As The Ice" – 5:06
- "Seems Reality Destroys Our Dreams" – 4:23
- "All Is Full Of Love" – 3:19
- "Beyond The Light Of The Stars" – 5:27
- "In Love’s Confusion" – 4:28
- "The Sky Took My Sunrise" – 5:15
- "Carnage Visions" – 5:41 (M:Smith, Gallup, Tolhurst L:Fratondi)
- "Fizz" – 5:03 (M:Jamiroquai L:Fratondi)
- "Everytime" – 4:03
- "Funeral Song" - 5:52 (B-side from "Ocean")
- "Pressure" - 3:50 (B-side from "Seems Reality Destroys Our Dreams")
- Danilo Fratondi – Voice, keyboards and drums