Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius ~ Guilty Of Innocence



This blend of Rock & Roll, Pop & a bit of Progressive Rock describes this album to a “T”.  The songs are written well, the musicians perform very well together & with this album, they are joined by guests Alex Skolnick of Testament, Rave Tesar of Renaissance, & Randy McStine of the Fringe. Band members are Joe Deninzon on electric violin, lead vocals, guitars, & mandolins. Jamie Bishop on bass/vocals, Aurelien Budynek on guitars/vocals & Lucianna Padmore on drums & percussion round out the band. This is the band’s 5th album. This is a very good album. One exception that I didn’t really like was a song called “Dream Diary Cadenza” which would have worked, had it been about 2-3 minutes shorter, which would then lead into the extended almost 13 minute song titled “Soul Food”. Unfortunately a tad bit long for my tastes. “Soul Food” more than makes up for it however. I would rate this 4 out of 5 Music Guru Stars.

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