Neuronium | Lysergic Dream

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Lysergic Dream

by Neuronium

In 1979, Neuronium released an album titled DIGITAL DREAM. This album started the Worldwide recognition for its psychotronic music. Now, 38 years later, the dream has changed...and becomes a LYSERGIC DREAM !
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Protonebula (Crossing the Wall)
22:07 album only
2. Lysergyca
8:57 album only
3. Mental Hideaway
10:33 album only
4. Hauntingly Beautiful Visions
16:20 album only
5. Unusual Road to Donsak
9:12 album only
6. Ephymera
5:28 album only
7. Jump to Infinity
3:47 album only
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Album Notes
After 38 years of the release for DIGITAL DREAM, Michel Huygen's music returns with his deepest cosmic vein, his deepest spacey music,his deepest invitation to a real mental journey. It is LYSERGIC DREAM , full of new mental visions,with the magical touch of the psychotronic music of Michel's personal vision of electronic waves of contemporary music. The 43rd album composed by Michel...



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Sergey Lenkov

Dreams of Space and Distant Times
Strange , sad and unpredictable album. Dreamy cosmic landscapes/soundscapes with the active using of the samples of different voices. Voices will remind you of Medieval songs and chants ("Lysergica"). Of course the album is quite different from Digital Dream. It's less dynamic and much more meditative and thoughtful. You have to adjust yourself to this new phase of Neuronium. One epic cosmic soundscape following the other. There are pulsing dynamic moments on this album ("Unusual Road to Donsak" and "Jump to Infinity") but mainly it's ambiental pictures of the vast Cosmos, Some parts will remind you of classical music.
Impressive album in general but pay attention - it works much better from the second or from the third listening.