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Music from SpacePark360

by Geodesium

Unlike the planetarium space music you've heard on previous albums, elements of acid, house, techno, trance, electronica, and flat-out kick-butt rock crank up the tempo to create an delirious auditory thrill ride of astronomical proportions!
Genre: Electronic: Tech-House
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Transport
0:58 $0.99
2. Lobate's Scarp
2:59 $0.99
3. V-Spot Tornado
3:35 $0.99
4. Earth Analog
4:00 $0.99
5. Trans-Ares Express
3:07 $0.99
6. Europan Ice
3:14 $0.99
7. Titanical Gas
4:05 $0.99
8. RingSurfer
3:34 $0.99
9. Depth Perceptions
3:41 $0.99
10. Mo.B.Io's Trip
2:25 $0.99
11. Deorbit Burn
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Album Notes
Geodesium fans, beware! This is NOT your father's space music!

In Music from SpacePark360, Geodesium takes you on a wild ride — with elements of acid, house, techno, trance, electronica, and flat-out kick-butt rock — cranking up the tempo to create eleven sonic blasts. It's a delirious auditory thrill ride of epic proportions, a headlong cosmic rush to the planetary hot spots of the solar system.

Music from SpacePark360 is unlike the planetarium space music you've heard on previous albums. Sure, hard-core Geodesium fans may recognize some familiar sounds emanating the synthesizer racks. But, you can turn the amp up to 11, and dance and wail on your air guitar to these driving beats.

This energetic music comes from the fulldome thrill-ride project Loch Ness Productions worked on with Dome3D, now playing as SpacePark360: Geodesium Edition at finer dome theaters around the world. Music from SpacePark360 features a mix without all the roller coaster sound effects, and with an ear for what makes sense musically reigning supreme over matching the visual hit points.

Prepare for exhiliration!



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Kristian Persson

Are You Ready For The Space-Ride of Your Life?
I have followed Mark C.Petersen’s works since his self-titled CD ‘Geodesium’ from 1977 to this day, and I have to say that this one stands out from the rest, in a very unique and pleasant way. I love space-music, and this disc, partly, fails to deliver just that. However, it is not Mark’s intention to create another follow-up to ‘Gentle Rain of Starlight’, at least not from what we hear on this CD. Instead we get to hear some really intricate and evocative “thrillride” music. Some tracks being quite spacious, that goes along very well along with a Dome Show. The best thing about this CD is the great variety of themes and melodies, something this CD has tons of, and does it sound good? Oh yes!. There’s everything ranging from plain and “simple” electronic fusion to some outstanding ethereal and subtle use of ‘space guitars’ that does it’s job very well throughout tracks such as ‘Lobates Scarp’ and ‘Titanical Gas’. Those tracks alone makes it worth buying this CD!. While listening, I can easily imagine myself sitting inside a darkened dome (planetarium if you like), getting ready for the ride of my life as the music progress through with it’s very infectious rockin’ edge to it. Other notable tracks are ‘European Ice’ and ‘Ring Surfer’, both being well structured and versatile, both rhythmmic wise and ‘guitar’ wise. The album itself can be listened to “as is”, but I really think it would make perfect inside a darkened planetarium, but not during a cosmic space documentary, but during a thrillride in space, in which this album is intended for!. So who will like this CD? Well, basicly, from my point of view, anybody looking for something old and something new. Mark’s distinctive sound palette can be heard on many tracks, most notably on ‘Depth Perceptions’, which is a ‘cover’ from one of his earlier albums. Also, if you’re a long-time fan of Mark’s earlier albums and want something completely new and different for your ears, then this is for you!. Most certainly a highly recommended album for all space enthusiasts out there! Get it!