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CERULEAN LEGACY

Przemyslaw Rudz

 

Progressive Electronic

4.05 | 3 ratings

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colorofmoney91
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4 stars Cerulean Legacy is similar to the music I've previously heard from Przemyslaw Rudź, who may possibly be the modern master of progressive electronic music. Similar, in that the music is highly spatial and evokes feeling of space-travel while maintaining a high-level quality of effects that never come off as sounding cheesy or amateur. These tracks range from empty-droning tracks that seem to leave me lost in wonder, and highly energetic tracks that send me hurdling through space on a death-wish. The individual tracks don't stand out so much, but the album seems more cohesive when listened to as a whole. It's a completely journey when all put together. However, the one track that does stick out would be "The Power of Mind" which is a very energetic and powerful tribute to the great theoretical physicist and cosmologist, Stephen Hawking, and it features clips of him speaking through his infamous DECtalk DTC01 voice synthesizer. Even if you don't know anything about Stephen Hawking, this tribute track comes off as very sincere and heart-warming, and the music ranges from energetic pulsing to empty drones as Hawking gives his lecture.

I highly recommend this album to progressive electronic fans as well as fans of space-rock. A very well put together album full of beautiful, spatial music.

colorofmoney91 | 4/5 |

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