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Last Album Before the End of Time

by Sciencenv

A mix of progressive and symphonic rock, jazz fusion, and ambient music.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Mars
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2. Chinatown
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3. Molecular Super-Modeling
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4. Curved Space
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5. Cold Sleep
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6. The Ring Cycle
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7. Atmosphere of the Mind
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8. Titan
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9. Iapetus
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10. Enceladus
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11. Stella Mortis
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Last Album Before the End of Time is ScienceNV's third - and clearly our most ambitious - album.

Even before we had finished mastering our second album, we had begun working on material for our third. It's true: we're essentially impatient and anxious to perform new music. We always resurrect our version of a classical piece of music, and we already had our hearts set on recording a remarkable ScienceNV-oid version of Holst's Mars. In addition, The Ring Cycle was mostly written. We tentatively agreed that we were likely to finish writing and recording all of our new music by December 21, 2012; the new album's title emerged almost immediately. (We're pathologic optimists. Of course that's not how it worked out.) In 2011, David was beginning to frequent the Prelinger Library in San Francisco, where artwork of the "Space Age" was archived. Many of our new pieces had astronomical or other scientific themes, so we decided to go with the - um - scientific fiction - theme to tie together everything.

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