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A Mad in Prague

A Mad in Prague

A Mad in Prague


Alternative Rock / Darkwave band from Turin (Italy). Musical project founded (and dead) in 1987 by Max Casacci (ex Carmody and Deafear) and Francesco Madaman Caudullo (ex Suicide Dada). Formation: Madaman vocalist, Max Prague Casacci guitar and voices, Arsene bass, Gangi second guitar and GL Roggero drums. The experience of the A Mad in Prague was very limited: a demo-tape (Dripping, very darkwave oriented style, influenced by bands such Sister of Mercy and Virgin Prunes) and some live exhibitions (famous the concert at the Palasport Read more on Last.fm
Alternative Rock / Darkwave band from Turin (Italy). Musical project founded (and dead) in 1987 by Max Casacci (ex Carmody and Deafear) and Francesco Madaman Caudullo (ex Suicide Dada). Formation: Madaman vocalist, Max Prague Casacci guitar and voices, Arsene bass, Gangi second guitar and GL Roggero drums. The experience of the A Mad in Prague was very limited: a demo-tape (Dripping, very darkwave oriented style, influenced by bands such Sister of Mercy and Virgin Prunes) and some live exhibitions (famous the concert at the Palasport, Turin 20-11-1987). The project after the first good stands was ready to continue: grace to the idea of Alberto Pirello (Ira Records) the band was on the road to make an LP with the collaboration of Nigel Preston (The Cult). Unfortunately the record has never seen the light. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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