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01 - Fast Clouds Over Delicate Arch.mp3
02 - The Source of Scarlet Dreams.mp3
03 - A Flock of Red Ibis.mp3
04 - Dancing Foorprints in Chasmeh Snow.mp3
05 - The Singularity Trap.mp3
06 - Running Through an Infinite Nifgt.mp3
07 - Conspiracy of the Sirens.mp3
08 - Frozen Summer.mp3
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Date : 10/19/2003 -- Time : 6:40:15 PM
Artist : Eric Snelders
Album : The Source Of Scarlet Dreams
Source : CD
Year : 1998
Genre : E-Newage
Label : Quantum Records
Codec : FhG
Quality : CBR, 192kbps, joint stereo
ID3-Tag : Yes, Version 1 & 2.3
Included : This Info-File (NFO)
01 (08:09) Fast Clouds Over Delicate Arch
02 (04:27) The Source of Scarlet Dreams
03 (06:19) A Flock Of Red Ibis
04 (08:08) Dancing Foorprints In Chasmeh Snow
05 (05:40) The Singularity Trap
06 (10:07) Running Through An Infinite Nifgt
07 (14:22) Conspiracy Of The Sirens
08 (06:04) Frozen Summer
Playing Time : 63:16
Total Size : 86.9 MB
This CD delivers 63 minutes of Snelder's energetic E-Newage music.
Delicate keyboards are almost swamped by the might of demonstrative electronic rhythms and rushes. The synthetics are versatile and creative, drawing upon traditional synthesized sounds and exploring new noises with equal dedication.
Strongly melodic in a dramatic way, the music fills the listener with expectant bliss, the promise of vaster horizons and unlimited possibilities. The tunes possess a charisma that is rooted in their playful harmonies. There is a profusion of epic crescendos lurking among these dynamic songs.
A few tracks feature operatic female vocals (of a non-lyrical nature) which generate a classical flair for these indefatigable pieces.
Snelders' music harks back to the early 80s, drawing some comparisons to Tangerine Dream's style (circa "Tangram"), but he has infused an inordinate amount of grandeur to this sound, propelling the music far beyond the earthly stratosphere.