The Abnegation Nation is the sequel the debut album O that was released last year by Sandro Cuzzetto. The album clocks in at close to an hour and have nine tracks lasting from 4:32 to 7:58.
Sandro Cuzeeto’s latest project, The Abnegation Station, melds the heavier and 70’s progressive sounds with more modern pop and rock stylings, to create a musical statement about the current state of our world.
Says, «Songwriting and presentation at it’s absolute finest».
– Mike J.
«A prominent distinctive style… an example of how music can take you to other worlds».
«Sandro Cuzzetto is an educator (Principal and CEO of an Independent school (company) in the Interior of BC), married with five children, a computer tech (previous), a Telecommunication Technician (I have the certificate), B. Arts (English major) and an M. Ed. Oh!, and a multi-instrumental musician».
Making music that has meat to it: that is the tagline for this independent singer-songwriter from the Interior of BC, Canada. Sandro felt the pull of music at a very young age, banging on pots and pans in the kitchen as a toddler, singing Elvis tunes around the house, bopping to ABBA, and then learning to play the first few chords on the guitar to various Beatles tunes.
His influences changed, however, as he began to listen to the sounds of the late 70’s and early 80’s, influenced by bands such as Aerosmith, Trooper, Streetheart, and then the progressive sounds of Rush, YES, and Triumph. However, music had many faces, and Sandro’s playlist would also include streams of Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, and Scorpions, and also The Manhattan Transfer, David Weckl. Somehow, all of those influences came together, stirred by a passion to create music that had a purpose and a place, to what you hear now.
1. The Abnegation Station (Off The End) (6:30)
2. Hidebound (7:58)
3. Signify (5:43)
4. The Gauntlet (6:57)
5. Supercilious (5:40)
6. Foriegners (7:33)
7. Lonnie’s Gone Mad (4:32)
8. Positive Mutation (6:37)
9. Xenophobes (6:35)
Total Time 58:05
Sandro Cuzzetto – Vocals, all instruments
Julie Sanchez – Spoken word