Ronnie Cramer | The Master of Metropolis

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The Master of Metropolis

by Ronnie Cramer

A live re-creation of Cramer's METROPOLIS film soundtrack. Electro-ambience recorded at an art museum.
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. The Day Shift
1:04 album only
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2. 11811
2:41 album only
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3. Another Meeting
1:55 album only
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4. Catacombs
1:48 album only
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5. Ten Hours
1:26 album only
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6. Tower of Babel
1:18 album only
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7. Until Tomorrow
1:27 album only
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8. Maria
2:05 album only
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9. The Cathedral
1:51 album only
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10. A Prisoner
1:23 album only
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11. The Copy is Perfect
1:15 album only
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12. An Excuse
1:12 album only
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13. Central Power House
1:14 album only
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14. Open the Doors
0:24 album only
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15. Where Are Your Children
2:49 album only
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16. The Hands, The Brain and the Heart
1:38 album only
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17. The Master of Metropolis
1:28 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Colorado-based Artist/Musician/Filmmaker Ronnie Cramer has been active in the arts community for over twenty-five years. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries and other venues across the country (including over forty shows in 2003-04 alone), his music has achieved airplay on over 200 radio stations nationwide and his critically-acclaimed films have been screened at festivals around the world and sold thousands of copies on videocassette and DVD.

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