- Eosphoric Love Will Shine
- Evil (Lucas Is the Controller)
- Suburban Sleepers Will Wake up One Day
- Empty Pocket Phantasmagoria
Release Date: Someday in the Near Past – Selfreleased
Over the years we have seen musicians tasting an experimenting way on their music after some albums of one kind direction or when they had run out of inspiration. But the madness to create an album that few ears can hold on, how many had the will to do it? Personally, I don’t know many of them; and here Mr. Mojo Ioannis from Greece created a debut that express him totally even if it doesn’t attract many of us.
5 songs on a unique sound and all you are going to hear are played by Mr. Mojo. If there is something in here we can say that appeals the ear, this is the use of the keyboards and honestly those keyboards Axl Rose would kill to have them in a new album of Guns N’ Roses. A sound that some may say is nothing and some others, including me, will say that is a strange music genius addiction. The only song that cannot be heard is “Sexsuchtig”, I cannot describe it. On the other hand, hearing “Evil (Lucas Is the Controller)” and “Suburban Sleepers Will Wake up One Day” show that magnificent voice, even it’s going through electronic “roads”. Here you hear a Halford performance, but trust me Mr. Mojo’s voice is not only what you may hear in here, his inner strength is wide.
The music is for everyone, but a different metal issuance, involving slang madness, is for few and chosen. There is a myth for an upcoming release of Mr. Mojo and if it’s true no one can imagine what the material may be. Experiment prog, doom… who knows…
Review by Dr.Feelgood