Released: 20th January 2006
Presentation: St Carpoforo Church (Milan)
Recording: Officine Meccaniche in Milan
Musicians: Vinicio Capossela (guitar, piano, farfisa, Gem keyboard, telephone, cloud gong, Indian armonium, percussions and voice), Zeno De Rossi (skulls, guiro, donkey jaw, drums, nose whistle), Marc Ribot (guitar, banjo, prehistorical guitar, dobro), Mario Brunello (cello), Anna Garano (dobro), Gak Sato (chimes, theremin, gamelan), Elia Galante (shofar), Vincenzo Vasi (bass, xilophone, marimbas, whistles, voice, theremin), Gaben Dabiré (balafon), Gavino Murgia (voice), Glauco Zuppiroli (double bass, guitarron), Alessandro "Asso" Stefana (banjo, rhythm machine, dobro), Achille Succi (clarone, clarino), Giorgio Giovannini (trombone), Enrico Bellani (horns), Ivan Gambini (timpani), Massimo Marcer (trumpet), Gaetano Santoro (baritone saxophone), Ares Tavolazzi (double. bass), Jacob Hernandez (bongo, maracas), Enrique "Kike" Roman (congas), Christopher Wonder "The big Ta Da" (mechanic little monkey), Fabio Prina (susafon), Sauro Berti (horn, low clarinet), Wu Wei (har hu - Chinese violin, xun - Chinese flute, sheng - Chinese mouth organ), Edodea (strings quartet), Luciano Invernizzi (trombone), Vittorio Castelli (clarinet), Fabrizio Cattaneo (trumpet), Stefano Nanni (armonium), Gabriel Tenorio (slide guitar), San Maurizio's Chapel Angels, San Maurizio's Chapel Choir, Italian Strings Orchestra directed by Mario Brunello, Georgeanne Kalweit (medusa), "A. Busacca" Brass Band from Scicli (RG) directed by Giovanni Barone, arrangements by Carmelo Magro "te lo posso fare" and Massimo Piccione, Banda della Posta: Tuttacreta (accordeon), Matalena (violin), Rocco Bruiolo (mandolin and mmoh)
Awards: Tenco Prize as Best Album, #2 on Mojo's World Music chart, #6 on Italian Rolling Stone's best Italian albums chart.
Cover and graphics: Valerio Spada and Jacopo Leone (Etcetera)