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Caution Radiation Area


Electronic style / Rock music

FLAC album size:

1700 mb

MP3 album size:

1746 mb

WMA album size:

1108 mb

Other music formats:



4.2 ✱


Experimental, Prog Rock, Avantgarde



Date of release:


Area - Caution Radiation Area FLAC

Area  - Caution Radiation Area FLAC


A1 Cometa Rossa 4:00
A2 ZYG (Crescita Zero) 5:27
A3 Brujo 8:02
B1 MIRage? Mirage! 10:27
B2 Lobotomia 4:23

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Fono Roma, Milano
  • Distributed By – Baby Records S.r.l.


  • Art Direction – Gianni Sassi
  • Design – Edoardo Sivelli
  • Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass, Trombone – Ares Tavolazzi
  • Electric Guitar, Synthesizer [E.M.S.], Flute – Giampaolo Tofani*
  • Electric Piano, Piano, Bass Clarinet, Percussion, Synthesizer [A.R.P.] – Patrizio Fariselli
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Ambrogio Ferrario
  • Engineer [Sound] – Piero Bravin
  • Percussion, Drums – Giulio Capiozzo
  • Photography – Gianni Ummarino
  • Voice, Organ, Harpsichord, Steel Drums, Percussion – Demetrio Stratos


2nd pressing, distributed/made by Baby Records, Milano.
Comes with inner sleeve

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CRSLP 5102 Area Caution Radiation Area ‎(LP, Album) Cramps Records CRSLP 5102 Italy 1974
CRSCD 002 Area Caution Radiation Area ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Cramps Records CRSCD 002 Italy 1989
CRS LP 5102 Area Caution Radiation Area ‎(LP, Album, RE) Cramps Records CRS LP 5102 Italy 2018
AK 395 Area Caution Radiation Area ‎(LP, Album, RE) Akarma AK 395 Italy 2011
CRSCD002, CRSCD 002 Area Caution Radiation Area ‎(CD, Album, RE) Cramps Records, Cramps Records CRSCD002, CRSCD 002 Italy 1989

Area goes for a more extreme direction for their second release, Caution: Radiation Area. Demetrio Stratos this time seems to concentrate on singing on just one cut, "Cometa Rossa", the rest features him making his strange vocalizations. Bassist Jan Patrick Djivas had jumped ship to PFM. It certainly didn't hurt the band any. This is without a doubt a less accessible piece of work, while the fusion is still there, the avant garde elements are much more noticeable. "MIRage? Mirage", for example, is highly experimental, but has some great fusion passages. There's some sinister voices too that made me wonder if these guys listened to Musica Elettronica Viva's The Sound Pool (those creepy shrieking voices remind me of that album). "Lobotomia" is as far from what is considered "normal" as you get, a bunch of synth noise. Listening to this, you can see why they went a more accessible direction with Crac! Regardless, I still highly recommend Caution: Radiation Area, but probably not as a starter (try Arbeit Macht Frei or Crac! first).

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