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ALDO NOVA - Subject

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Aldo Nova (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards)
Stephen Buslowe (bass)
Kevin Carlson (guitar)
Neal Jason (bass)
Chuck Burgi (drums)
Billy Carmasi (drums)
Produced by: Aldo Nova
Engineered by: Aldo Nova, Jeff Hendrickson, Jim Sparling, Clay Hutchinson
Mixed by : Aldo Nova, Tony Bongiovi
Remastered by: Jon Astley
Special Limited Deluxe Collector's Edition. Fully remastered sound shaped from 24 BIT digital technology. Includes 'Monkey On Your Back', 'Hold Back The Night' and 'Hey Operator'. 12 page full colour booklet - 3,000 word essay, enhanced artwork, memorabilia, rare photos and new interview with Aldo Nova. RECORDING YOUR first album is normally fairly easy. But when it comes to the second one… ah, now that can be tough. Aldo Nova spent years getting a deal, working on songs he'd been writing since first learning his craft, happily finding that his debut album became an instant overnight smash (Double Platinum at last count). But with album #2 he wanted to dig deeper and explore a more sophisticated theme, assembling a series of songs that could arguably hang together conceptually. A brave move for any artist, not least for one that was still, in effect, setting out his stall in the marketplace. Originally released in 1983, 'Subject: Aldo Nova' is a richer and far more intense effort than his debut album. Sure, initial reviews lambasted its 'difficult' musical thread and 'post apocalyptic' lyrical concept as a tad too highbrow for what he was then perceived as (a melodic hard rocker) but time and distance has invited an altogether more positive reaction. The songs here can be classified as progressive pop rock in the grandest sense, with an emphasis focused on precise arrangements and carefully crafted instrumentation. But the good thing is that Aldo didn't fully abandon his penchant for finely tuned melodies, crafting a number of superlative track, such as 'Monkey On Your Back', 'Hold Back', 'Cry Baby Cry' and a surprising interpretation of the Coney Hatch classic, 'Hey Operator'.
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