Sheltered and wandering into the empty isolated rooms of open space, the MOMUS persona of this album extends his life bitter account to a sad, skeptical view over the passage of time, the modern human condition & civilization. It `s not the first (nor last) time, Nicholas develops his provocative mixture of irony & lyricism based on negative feelings and a sharp, inauspicious logic fed by despair. It is though, one of the occasions that the difference between the odd roles he plays... and his very own personal "soul & mind striptease" looks very small. And most of those who love him, they would have felt, i guess, that somewhere into the ambiguity of this difference,... it lies the key for such an extremely seductive, influential art.
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