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Breaking the Sound Barrier

by astrobleme

acoustic electronic mope rock with an attitude. shades of Brian Eno and other '70s experimental rock undertones.
Genre: Rock: Emo
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1. The Open Road
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2. Dress For Obscurity
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3. Your Metronome
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4. Out Of Phase
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5. Smile, (when you are ready)
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6. Runaway
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7. Matches
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8. The Speed of Sound
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9. Oneirism Undercoat (The Last 69 Days)
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10. Already Here
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11. Fluid: Kurt Cobain, Felodese
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12. Everywhere
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
SYLLABICATION: as*tro*bleme
PRONUNCIATION: astro-blem, -blm
NOUN: A scar on the earth's surface left from the impact of a meteorite.
ETYMOLOGY: astro

Holy Toledo! What a mix of unbelievable sounds. From the most haunting melodies to the rockinest guitars with sounds inbetween you've never imagined. It's unnerving and riveting and shocking and there's a crazy edge to it that kind of stuns the senses because they can't be sure they're really hearing what they've just heard.

Highly addictive. Highly unusual but an absolute must have listening experience. "Oneirism Undercoat (The Last 69 Days)", an homage to the final days of Vincent van Gogh and "Fluid: Kurt Cobain, Felodese" are worth the price by themselves.

I can't live without cranking this thing up two or three times a month and listening to it 2-3 times straight. I'm going to shut up now because I have to go listen to it again. This is one amazing album that I will be drawn to 30 years from now. It reminds me of days gone by, it has the essence of an old Brian Eno record that I used to play.

This one will become an underground classic.

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