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Long tracks with bombastic synths,even some spacey passages here and there,big time keyboard soloing and a Geoff Mann being a highlight behind the microphone,delivering both angry and sweet vocal lines.
The guitar work is a bit on the background,quite sensational though in the familiar style of Gouvernaire. Symphonic influences also pop out here and there in a dreamy version at the lighter moments.
The compositions are not overly complex,they are more based in atmosphere,grandiosity and the impressive vocal spectrum of Mann without being that accesible.
Noone knows really if this was a super-group to stay,as''Casino'' was one of Geoff Mann's last recordings,he sadly passed away the next year due to cancer.
Yet this album still remains a nice work of sophisticated Neo Prog and a top in both Mann's and Nolan's discography. Strongly recommended My CD version of this sole album by Casino - which was hard to find and very expensive - has a sticker on the front that mentions all these bands.
Pretty much the entire elite of Neo-Prog right there! Surprisingly, Shadowland is not mentioned which might have been an even more relevant reference point considering that both Clive Nolan and Karl Groom are part of both Shadowland and Casino and also considering that the Casino album must have been made around the same time as Shadowland's Ring Of Roses both albums being released in while neither Arena nor Threshold had released anything yet at that point.
Nolan is a man with many different talents and many different musical projects in which he can make use of them. Casino is one such project and here Nolan provides the music and lets Geoff Mann handle the lyrics and vocals.
There is a concept behind the album revolving around gambling and addiction, it is quite brilliant! Both the subject matter and the actual music is dark and in that sense, and really only in that sense, similar to Arena, the hard edged sound of that future band is completely absent here.
The dark mood reminds me of the great Animals album. Also, you will not find any overly sing-a-long-friendly choruses here like in many of Shadowland's songs, for example.
Casino consists of only six tracks, four of which are over ten minutes in length. Several tracks include extended "soundscapes" with pieces of conversation, sampled sounds of slot machines, etc.
Some of these bridge passages are perhaps slightly too long, but they do help to tell the story and set the mood.
The only song here that I don't really like is Stranger which sticks out like The Proles on Rick Wakeman's album to which it even bears a slight resemblance in style!
This song doesn't really fit in on the album. Despite some minor flaws, Casino tells a quite intelligent story by quite intelligent means. Like all of Clive Nolan's projects Casino is a first-class production; very well made and sonically faultless.
Also, like most other Nolan projects it tends to grow on you with each listen. I used to rate this with three stars, but over a long period of time I have returned to this album many times and at some point I decided to raise the rating to four stars.
Highly recommended! Review by Tarcisio Moura Prog Reviewer. This is a concept album in which he sees the struggles of life through the eyes of a man consumed by the vice of gambling.
Like he did in Twelfth Night, his lyrics are deep, thoughtful and often disturbing. His vocals are perfect for this kind of music and with the help of such great player as Nolan, he produces a tapestry of emotions and pictures.
And with a team of such gifted musciains, how could they go wrong? The right production also helps a lot. It is a pity that this album never receiveived the attention it deserved at the time one of the worst possible years for releasing prog music.
You should hear on its entirely to get the whole message. Review by progrules Prog Reviewer. But anyway it was a nice one to listen to, if I played it I had to hear it all because of the concept idea.
And every time it was a joy, so that's logically 4 stars social review comments Review Permalink Posted Monday, October 1, Review this album Report Review Oh, excuse me, I forgot the word 'game' from the song title.
Crap game. Jesus Christ - I just realised this album was released in , but the sounds are straight from a cheesy, plastic mid's pop album. This was a re-recording of the album rejected by Polydor, their management company having bought back the rights to the music.
The album was re-recorded on a shoestring budget with the Stereophonics producer Jim Lowe mixing. It was sold at Stereophonics shows but is currently not available anymore.
Entitled The Spider Simpson Incident , the album has some old tracks including those on the original track list and some new. The album was boosted in early , with Kerrang radio playing several songs as well as sold-out shows in Worcester and Birmingham.
In the last quarter of , Deavall, after playing a few one-off shows with Casino, formed the rock band The High Hurts in the role of lead singer and spent most of recording with them.
Deavall left Casino to concentrate on The High Hurts while Zindani has been frequently touring with Stereophonics: as a result, there has seen very little activity with Casino.
It has been said that the band still want to continue. In March, Zindani revealed on the band's Facebook page that the band was rehearsing three times a week and had also written new songs.
In May Zindani revealed on Kerrang! Radio that the band signed a record deal, they were going to play at Artsfest Birmingham in September and there would be a single out in September.
Due to delays the single will be out by the end of , just before the album release. At the beginning of September it was announced Neil would no longer be playing Bass for Casino, standing in for him is Jimi Crutchley, his first show with the band was 9 September at a warm-up gig, prior to their Artsfest performance, at Marr's Bar in Worcester.
Jimi is also known as Bassist for Raven Vandelle, a band also from Birmingham. In the video the band performs their single 'Fallen'. Also an acoustic version of 'Fallen' was filmed.
Since then the band has done several gigs in Birmingham, London and Worcester. The band was working on a new album, Zindani revealed it is going to be named 'Heavy Fever'.
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