Graham Greene | A Ripple in Time

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A Ripple in Time

by Graham Greene

Guitar-driven symphonic rock and metal
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. City of Fear
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2. Goblin's Banquet
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3. Night of the Djinn
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4. Maidens Three
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5. Tale Goes On
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6. Mab's Lament
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7. Aliana's Ride
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8. Anathema Maranatha
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9. Our Time in Hell
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10. Nexus-7
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11. Who Dares Wins
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12. A Ripple in Time (Sliders Revisited)
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13. Beyond the Rings
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A Ripple in Time is an instrumental symphonic rock masterpiece, invoking imagery of mysticism, legend and folklore, as well as glimpses of a dystopian future and the depths of space. Graham Greene layers his guitars amongst lush orchestrations and powerful rhythms, while Donna Greene provides inspiring vocals on the album's two featured vocal tracks.

Recorded, mixed and mastered in The Inspiration Room
All tracks performed by Graham Greene except tracks 5 and 9 by Donna and Graham Greene
All tracks written by Graham Greene except track 5 by Donna and Graham Greene

Thanks to: Ormsby Guitars, Mesa/Boogie, John Davies, Danni Guyer, Metal Merchant, Don Benson Photography

©2019 APRA/AMCOS

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