The second album from this Italian band.
The band was a sextet on this album with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
A guest vocals did the vocals on the final track.
This is the second studio album of in total three albums this semi-legendary Italian band has released. They have also released three live albums.
This is also the follow up to the legendary classic album Zarathustra from 1973.
The legend Stefano "Lupo" Galifi does the vocals on the two other albums. His vocals on Zarathustra made that album. So did their take on RPI - Rock Progressive Italiano too.
The vocals on Exit is nowhere near as good as on that album and on their 2013 album Barbarica. The vocals on Exit from both lead vocals leaves a lot to be desired.
Ditto for the music.
Poppy and fluffy pop/RPI with some folk rock is what we get here.
The music is not particular good either. It does not really deserve this band name tag as this album is pretty much a sidetrack from the two other Museo Rosenbach albums.
Not all is bad here but this is still only a decent album and just that.