VANGELIS - CHARIOTS OF FIRE, album released 1981.
Encoded 192Kbps mp3. Covers included.
Vangelis was among the most successful and admired electronic composers of his era. Born Evangelos Odyssey Papathanassiou in Volos, Greece, on March 29, 1943, his nascent musical talent was recognized at an early age, but he refused to take piano lessons, instead teaching himself. After high school he formed the early-'60s pop group Formynx, soon the most popular act in Greece. After achieving superstardom at home, Vangelis relocated to Paris in 1968, and was in France at the time of the student riots; unable to go back home, he formed the progressive rock band Aphrodite's Child with fellow Greek expatriates Demis Roussos and Lucas Sideras, soon scoring a major European hit with the single "Rain and Tears." He became best known for his lush, Oscar-winning score to the 1981 film Chariots of Fire. Vangelis' electronic score for a film set in 1930s Britain seemed an odd match at first, but the title theme, with its echoing, manipulated rhythm box and melodic hook, became one of the most popular theme songs of the early '80s. Just hearing the opening 30 seconds conjures up — for those who have seen the film — shots of men running on the beach in slow motion, and has been borrowed, adapted, and ripped-off ever since.
02 Five Circles
03 Abraham's Theme
04 Eric's Theme
05 100 Metres
07 Chariots of Fire
VANGELIS - THE VIDEO [SkidVid]
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Vangelis - Chariots Of Fire 
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