Craig Conte's 2000 solo album was a grand endeavor by the artist to make a soundtrack for his book Revelations. Although the album did not encompass the genius of Danny Elfman, at times it did have it's Roger Waters' moments. New Messiah is probably the most memorable song on the album followed by 20th Century Breakdown then As Judas & Juliet Did, a short acoustic tune on guitar. Revelations Pts. I, II, & III played by classical pianist, Barbara Wheat, keeps the theme of the story flowing freely, and the steady drumming of Alan Blaver carries the weight of the rhythm section. Featured on the album is the singing ability of Scotland Yard's, Kim Cahill, and Self Storage's guitarist/bassist, Mike Donohue. Overall, Conte's undertaking is worth a look at by music fans that enjoy strong lyrics and theme-based musical albums.