Sunrise Auranaut | The Ocean of Unspoken Words

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The Ocean of Unspoken Words

by Sunrise Auranaut

Beautifully crafted instrumental prog rock
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Perseids
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2. In a Room with Many Mirrors
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3. The Last Meeting
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4. Who Is There?
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5. The Ocean of Unspoken Words
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6. Free Wind and Home Draft
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7. The Secrets of Nightlife
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8. The Great Dumb (Cinema)
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9. Late Night Is Early Morning (After the Holiday)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sunrise Auranaut is a Russian studio project, led by multi-instrumentalist and composer Vitaly Kiselev who creates music inspired mainly by the classical school of 70s Prog.
«The Ocean Of Unspoken Words» is Kiselev's fourth studio album. It is completely instrumental and recorded in his own modest home studio. As always he used some of his old ideas, which were in an embryonic state and which incredibly transformed here into complex musical forms. This album is also written under impression of classical music such as works of Peter Tchaikovsky or Edward Grieg. However, inclusions of orchestration, the sounds of classical piano and organs, wrapped in a warm 70's retro sound, are combined with heavy guitar riffs, seasoned with a variety of modern synth sounds. Vitaly has performed all the parts for electric and acoustic guitars and bass and, as always, acted as producer, engineer and cover designer. All synthesizers parts are played by Alexander Malakhov.

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