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Cold war

by Spielerei & Mantacoup

An enthralling cosmic excursion, utilizing a universe of electronic tones, binary codes, digital trances, visionary software, and microchip meditations. utilizing sequencer riffs, electronic swells, tight rhythmic programming, and pulsing analog arpeggios
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Where It All Ends
8:41 album only
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2. Cuba Crisis
4:18 album only
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3. Pigs Bay
5:14 album only
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4. Meanwhile In Moscow
6:12 album only
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5. Entering The Nuclear Zone
7:20 album only
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6. Between Hope And Fear
9:40 album only
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7. After The Shockwave
12:28 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Silentes continues to release electronic music of extraordinary quality time after time and this release from the duo of Dennis Knopper and Jeroen Vermeent is an absolutely luscious collection of tracks. Varied, intense, beautiful, striking and, ultimately, an extremely well put together of tracks that spans a massive range of styles. From ultra-deep isolationist ambient sounds through to more upbeat, techno-influenced pieces right into a more classically electronica-based sound... they get it right on each and every track. My particular favourite is Entering The Nuclear Zone, simply a devastatingly beautiful piece which brings to mind Jacob Kirkegaard's 4 Rooms on Touch but with the added allure of subtle beats working their way into the mix. Classy, immaculately produced and, realistically, yet another essential release from this remarkable label.

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