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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spellbound (2.33)
2. Bliss (3.05)
3. Past Lives (2.36)
4. The Fog (2.07)
5. Transcendence (3.32)
6. Heartbeat (2.40)
7. Held Under (1.52)
8. Mountain Peak (2.43)
9. Night Creatures (2.38)
10. Sonar (2.16)
11. Nostalgia (2.27)
12. Aquiescence (2.46)
13. Edge of Darkness (3.19)
14. Sense of Awe (2.23)
15. Desert Plains (2.34)
16. Ethereal (1.56)
17. Sleepwalking (2.40)
18. Aftermath (2.33)

19-36 (60 second edits of all titles)
37-54 (30 second edits of all titles)

A collection of Bass Communion music released by library music company Bruton Music, and distributed to media companies for use in television and radio programs. Some of the pieces are extracts and remixes of tracks from other Bass Communion albums:

3 is a remixed extract of 16 Second Swarm from BC1
4 appears on BC (III) as Grammatic Fog
5 is a remixed extract of Drugged 1 from BC1
7 is an extended remixed version of Advert from BCII
9 appears on BC (III) as Lina Romay
10 appears on BC (III) as Sonar
12 is a remixed extract of Drugged 3 from BCII
17 is a remixed extract of Sleep Etc from BC1
18 is a remixed extract of Wide Open Killingfeld from BCII


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A collection of Bass Communion music released by library music company Bruton Music, and distributed to media companies for use in television and radio programs. Some of the pieces are extracts and remixes of tracks from other Bass Communion albums.

Steve Wilson/electronics, sounds, composers, editer

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(Bruton Music CD - BRI 53) Not Commercially Available

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(10%)
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Review by colorofmoney91
4 stars Steven Wilson displays symphonic cinematic mastery.

Atmospherics is a compilation of short pieces that are original compositions, remixes, and extracts of pieces from other Bass Communion albums for use in television and radio. Even though these pieces are short, each track has its own unique qualities (in relation to only the other tracks on this album) that result in a listening experience that isn't dulled down by stagnant repetition but is instead a fairly eclectic collection ambient atmospheres.

Compared to other Bass Communion albums, Atmospherics has a pleasant symphonic grandeur quality and a cinematic quality. Each track can easily create a guided imagery experience that takes you to a pond in the nighttime, a misty Scandinavian mountain with peering owls, an illuminated ballroom of an Elizabethan castle, and even treading water at sunrise as the fog lifts off of the ocean.

Of course, being ambient music, Atmospherics will likely not appeal to non-ambient fans, but fans of electronic music in general should find this audio scenery very pleasant and active enough to warrant concentration and emotional involvement. In the current Bass Communion output, this album is a great accomplishment and standout.

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