This is the second album of the project. It abandons the predominant dark themes of previous album and focus on fresh and joyful sounds. It lays on the reign of progressive rock or progressive metal sometimes, with lot of Hammond organ.
Jazz-Rock is also present, specially on the "Vesania" and "Jazztania" tracks.
Chamaleon, Olympiade, The Festival and Brisky Chamaleon could be considered the most interesting themes while the others are not very far from them. The opening of Brisky Chamaleon remembers some of Van Halen's overtures.
Lastly, two quiet tracks put the ballad flavor on the album. "A Beautiful Garden" shows a delicacy marked by violin and pizzicatto strings while the track "Dawn in Nature" is a exquisite piece of classical music with lot of instruments intermingled. You can imagine the dawning of the day on a paradise garden and so it is.
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