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Castle Excellent - Silver Salad Of The Moon album

Castle Excellent - Silver Salad Of The Moon album
  • Performer Castle Excellent
  • Title Silver Salad Of The Moon
  • Date of release 2010
  • Style Noise, Experimental
  • Other formats RA AU WAV MP2 AC3 AHX DMF
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1931 mb
  • Size FLAC 1103 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 778

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Silver Apples of the Moon is the debut album by American composer and musician Morton Subotnick, released by Nonesuch Records in July 1967. It contains the titular composition which is split into two different parts.

Black Moon is the eighth studio album, and the first in fourteen years, by progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in 1992. The track "Affairs of the Heart" originated in summer 1988 sessions by Lake with Geoff Downes under the project name Ride the Tiger. It did not receive the acclaim of Tarkus or Brain Salad Surgery.

Silver Moon serves entrees with a salad buffet. Anything that came from the sea finds its way back in the form of a deep fryer. Salad bar is not altogether fresh. Excellent service and extreme casual family atmosphere.

The silver stories of the castle towered one above the other, and its walls and columns were all formed of liquid crystal. In the walls were cages and ponds, where fishes and birds moved as though alive. The whole moon-world seemed made of glass. While they were still looking about them on all sides the Lady of the Moon stepped up to them, clad in a white mantle and a rainbow-colored gown. She smiled and said to the emperor: You are a prince of the mundane world of dust. Great is your fortune, since you have been able to find your way here!


1 Snakazon Rising 3:15
2 Sax Stain 3:51
3 Post-Traumatic Dogma Disorder 8:31
4 Evocation 1 19:20
5 You Can't Eat That! 0:33
6 Silver Salad 9:54
7 Can You See Space? 3:06
8 The Joy Of Being Robbed 2:43
9 Shipwreck 8:30


  • Design, Layout – Carter Gilchrist
  • Mastered By, Photography – Whitney Ota
  • Music By, Artwork By – Matt Read