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Escape to Eurybia

by Euler's Number

Piano, Hammond organ and synthesizer will take you in a science-fiction story. A mix of prog-rock, new age and jazz. Listen with your ears!!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Museum
2:28 $0.29
2. Gettin' Ready to Leave
4:42 $0.99
3. The Journey Begins
1:19 $0.29
4. The Long Space Journey, Part I
5:02 $0.99
5. Deep-space Panorama
0:40 $0.29
6. Nebula
4:16 $0.99
7. Encounter with a Black Hole
1:00 $0.29
8. Event Horizon
3:44 $0.99
9. A Narrow Escape
0:35 $0.29
10. The Long Space Journey, Part II
3:09 $0.99
11. Arrival in Eurybia
0:30 $0.29
12. Terraforming
3:59 $0.99
13. The Great Dome
0:27 $0.29
14. Landing on a New World
5:11 $0.99
15. Building a New Society
0:28 $0.29
16. Settlement
4:42 $0.99
17. Traces of Intelligent Beings
1:03 $0.29
18. Underground Creatures
4:08 $0.99
19. The Rosetta Stone
1:23 $0.29
20. Lullaby of the Hero
4:13 $0.99
21. Fight for the Planet
1:04 $0.29
22. The Battle of Xerom
4:01 $0.99
23. The End of the War
0:29 $0.29
24. Raze to the Ground!
5:33 $0.99
25. Final Reflections
0:45 $0.29
26. Bittersweet Epilogue
5:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
Review by G. W. Hill (www.musicstreetjournal.com)
"An album like this can be tough to pull off. It might have become tedious and felt redundant, but that was avoided here. In fact, this thing is an amazing work of art that grooves as well and challenges the intellect with new ideas. It’s a fun adventure that’s likely to make a number of “best of” lists." Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5)

Review by Kelly O’Neil
"Decades have passed since a decent musical thrill ride has emerged recounting an epic journey over the span of an entire album. Euler’s Number has delivered such a masterpiece with Escape to Eurybia, an instrumental story with narration that belongs among such company as Jon Anderson’s Olias of Sunhillow and Rick Wakeman’s Journey to the Center of the Earth. [...] Escape to Eurybia is a fantastic journey sure to appeal to progressive rock fans yearning for new material to enjoy." Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5)

Review by Mike Korn
"The album is a keyboardist’s dream. Don’t look for guitar heroics here, the instrument is virtually non-existent except for bass guitar that underpins the music. The keys range from piano to powerful Hammond organ to charmingly retro synthesizer sounds reminiscent of the 70’s and 80’s. In fact, there’s a definite “throwback” feel to Escape To Eurybia that will appeal to fans of the classic spacerock and prog epics of the 70’s. If you consider those classic concept albums corny and overdone, this album is not for you." Rating: 3.5 Stars (out of 5)

Review by Rhonda Readence
"Escape To Eurybia is by no means a standard album in any sense of the word. It has a distinct style and it is a mesmerizing journey into the world of music and the mind of Giuliano Vangelista, who calls his project Euler's Number. Aficionados of fine music will adore this album and sound engineers the world over will find chills racing along the spine when they hear the absolute perfection that this album was recorded, mixed and mastered with." Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5)

Review by Matthew Forss
"Overall, Euler’s Number is a magnificent group that experiments with a plethora of musical styles and genres—and succeeds. The electronic vein is most prevalent with many of the songs containing melodic, upbeat, and danceable music. The mix of jazz and electronica is surprising, but it works. Fans of jazz with a hankering for something a little more exotic and futuristic should be pleased with Escape To Eurybia. This is an intergalactic soundtrack at the very least." Rating: 5 Stars (out of 5)



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