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Eternity

by Skuzz

An experimental blending trance, techno and symphony orchestra.
Genre: Electronic: Trance
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1. The Beginning (Mixed Up Remix)
2:19 $0.99
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2. Discovery
2:58 $0.99
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3. Eternity
5:18 $0.99
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4. Unconscious (Trance Mix)
4:47 $0.99
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5. Leaking Brain Cells
3:57 $0.99
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6. Longing for Your Touch (Album Cut)
6:03 $0.99
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7. Slipping
3:05 $0.99
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8. Drunk
2:03 $0.99
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9. Late Night Depression
5:36 $0.99
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10. Desperation
4:54 $0.99
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11. Revolution
4:01 $0.99
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12. Schizophrenic Robomatics
3:10 $0.99
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13. Black Hole
3:08 $0.99
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14. Expectations
4:44 $0.99
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15. Destination Unknown
5:49 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
01. The Beginning (Mixed Up Remix): This track shows a transition from what Eternity originally started out as to what it has become. Starts out as one of my original tracks and transitions into a newer sound. This track was started back in 1999 when I first started learning how to write music.

02. Discovery: If you want to take a journey to a far off land on the back of a wild horse, this track will take you there. Or you can just marvel at the wonder that is my synthesizer at work. Either way, this definitely isn't techno, but it's still REALLY cool.

03. Eternity: Title track. Simply awesome. Killer bassline, awesome beat, what else can I say? Absorb it at high volume!

04. Unconscious (Trance Mix): My earliest techno track. Does wonders with pizzicato violins and mixes into and out of the 303s a few times. Definitely good for the equipment I had at the time!

05 Leaking Brain Cells: Wow, what more can I say? The title should explain it all. Listen and just acknowledge that you will come out feeling more stupid.

06. Longing for Your Touch (Album Cut): This track was originally written to go to lyrics. Trying to locate someone for the vocals proved to be quite a challenge, so I left it in instrumental form for now.

07. Slipping: This track is simply AWESOME. I wrote it in 3 hours when I first learned how to use a new music program 500 miles north of everywhere at MTU. Awesome beat, cool synths, don't just listen, let it bump!

08. Drunk: Folks, drunk driving can be very dangerous. Apparently this doesn't apply to music however. The next time you're feeling a little woozy, bust out a synth and see what happens! It worked for me!

09. Late Night Depression: Late at night when everyone else is contently asleep, you're awake and alone. Life can seem very hopeless and lonely at times, this is the environment LND was formed in, and this is what it stands for.

10. Desperation: I really can't say much other than, enjoy! Absorb the good bass and the smooth synths. Feel the mood! This track is meant to be played loud!

11. Revolution: This is the first time my synthesizer starred in one of my tracks. I dubbed it in with the 303s and the 909 synth to create my own little Revolution!

12. Schizophrenic Robomatics: Wow, if track 5 didn't leave you braindead, this one should finish you off and send you to the looney bin. I did this track one day while I was learning a new synth program, it's so random and weird, I decided to put it on the album. Probably best listened to after a few shots of your favorite alcoholic beverage...or hitting your head on a brick wall 7 times.

13. Black Hole: The purpose of this one is to suck every other track into it's little black void until there's nothing left...well, not really, but what a cool effect that would be! It's got a great inverse bass beat going on that thumps well on quality subs, go with the rhythm on this one or you'll be sucked in!

14. Expectations: This one is good for thumping and has lots of cool synths to keep things moving! Another sub-thumper!

15. Destination Unknown: The final track, style is a bit different, but hey, gotta keep things switched up and interesting!

Special thanks to: JXQ for showing me many tricks in some of the apps I used, and also for telling me what tracks not to put on the album... well, that I disregarded at any rate, but 1 for 2 ain't bad... eZe for making my rent 50% cheaper ;) and putting up with my constant annoying beeps, boops and boom boom booms in the other room. GZPhreak, way up north in the arctic circle, best friends are awesome, even if they aren't ever online to talk. :P The nameless female who raged hell on my emotions for 2 years, wow, without the added stress at that point in my life I don't know if I could've finally opened myself to my music like I did. My family, without you I probably wouldn't be here...well maybe with today's genetic technology it's possible, but...naaah. ;) John, it's still funny that you use a girl's name for a screen name, Schizophrenic Robomatics is all for you, as you bob your head insanely while messing with Painter. All my new friends at UMF, I really suck at meeting people, thanks for making it easy on me! Jeff, I'm pretty sure Eternity didn't sound any better than on y our car stereo. I'm jealous. :P Anybody I forgot? I probably meant to mention you here but my memory never works good, as is the way of the Skuzz.

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