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Live The Dream

by Neuron Dreamtime

Heavy piano and guitar riffs, chop-cut-slice-n-serve drum tracks, glitched chaos, all enveloped in the ND touch of ambiance and environment. Following the paths of someone in search, a journey from the first breath to the last introspective thought. Encountering smoke and mirrors, self-awareness, confusion, fear and love. The sounds are the situations. The music is the interpretation. The collection is a dream.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Birth
1:41 album only
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2. Alien Dreamtime
5:57 album only
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3. Sat Nam
4:29 album only
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4. I Want - More
6:09 album only
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5. Indigo Resistance
3:05 album only
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6. Manifest Peace
3:47 album only
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7. After the Rain
4:35 album only
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8. See You In the Static
3:11 album only
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9. Sine Die
3:23 album only
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10. Is This Me?
6:17 album only
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11. Nefarious Lands
4:20 album only
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12. RAWRWAR
4:39 album only
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13. Perserverance
3:35 album only
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14. Sympathy
5:41 album only
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15. Rem(a)inder
5:52 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
During this incarnation of Neuron Dreamtime Lewis Morris was accompanied by high school friend and fellow musician Matt Pachol. The music strays away from the ambient beginnings of "I Am My Own Mushroom" and leads the listener to a realm that is familiar in its context but foreign in its approach. Heavy piano and guitar riffs, chop-cut-slice-n-serve drum tracks, glitched chaos, all enveloped in the ND touch of ambiance and environment, fill the majority of the albums hour and six minutes. There are also brief vocals and story telling done by Morris and Pachol, as well as a poem written by a mutual friend for the last track. This being the first time Neuron Dreamtime has included vocals with the music.

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