The debut project of The Suntrack reveals a surprising compositional maturity for a first album, and we immediately perceive that their musical experience has deep roots. The label does not provide any information about the two members of the group. To present themselves to the public, they have chosen the complex but undoubtedly stimulating approach of the concept album. The music of The Suntrack evolves charged with atmosphere, with Electro sounds and progressive harmonies in a compositional melange of psychedelic flavour. The project is rife with musical, literary and cinematic citations; it's like listening to music in CinemaScope, and if you listen to it on your iPod you will enter into hidden worlds, bloody as battle, intimate as a smile, delicate as a nuance. Inside the booklet we find the texts translated into 4 languages and, as a pleasant surprise, we also find a bibliography, which is extremely unusual in a CD, a fi lmography and a discography, that is a series of multimedia elements that have influenced the two composers in the creation of the entire project. The album begins with Morning, a track that goes straight into The Suntrack atmosphere, a hypnotic phase of pause on the ocean waves waiting for something we don't know, and when it arrives it does so with all the shattering force of Suntrack's electro-rock sound. The multiethnic oriental Someone marks the start of the interior journey which seeks to break out of conceptual schema to get free of anxiety and expectation. The journey continues, penetrating the very idea of the concept album, and the sequence of the tracks is practically obligatory; effectively, one of the most melodic tracks Seven line is positioned, unusually, at the end of the CD. The fifth track, It is not time, demands special attention: this is the crucial moment, the moment of doubt and uncertainty, an intense musical moment, almost like a ballad by an old Rock group. Thus the Deeply Inside project continues it's journey through to the conclusion, moving between electro rock contaminations and Down Town sounds. This is music that you have to listen to right to the bottom, right to the end, music that at times surprises us, and at times wafts us in it's gentle melodies, music that ... while the city sleeps, leaves us with a trace of perfume, an important memory. Cris Black: Guitars, Keyboards, Drums, Bass, Effects, Computer Programming G & C: Vocals, Keyboards, Drums, Bass, Effects, Computer Programming.