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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. As The World 2000 (4:38)
2. Suffocating The Bloom 2000 (4:21)

Total Time 8:59


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Line-up / Musicians

- Christopher Buzby / keyboards, backing vocals
- Brett Kull / guitars, lead and backing vocals
- Jordan Perlson / drums and percussion
- Paul Ramsey / drums and percussion
- Raymond Weston / bass, lead and backing vocals

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Velveteen Records VR2006-2.5
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As the WorldAs the World
Sony 1995
Audio CD$19.98
$6.62 (used)
CD Baby 2012
Audio CD$15.99
$14.00 (used)
Suffocating the BloomSuffocating the Bloom
CD Baby 2004
Audio CD$11.99
$2.35 (used)
I Heard You ListeningI Heard You Listening
Cdbaby/Cdbaby 2015
Audio CD$14.99
$62.00 (used)
CD Baby 2004
Audio CD$13.67
$12.27 (used)
The End Is BeautifulThe End Is Beautiful
Audio CD$12.96
$9.96 (used)
Cowboy Poems FreeCowboy Poems Free
CD Baby 2009
Audio CD$12.98
$12.86 (used)
As the WorldAs the World
Velveteen Records 2012
Audio CD$13.99
$15.00 (used)
A Little NonsenseA Little Nonsense
Velveteen 2005
Audio CD$171.53
$2.99 (used)
Stars & GardensStars & Gardens
Multiple Formats · Import
CD Baby 2012

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ECHOLYN As The World 2000 / Suffocating The Bloom 2000 ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(60%)
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Collectors/fans only (20%)
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Review by Evolver
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2 stars After Sony (please pronounce that word with a sneer) used Echolyn as a loss leader, released a fantastic album but barely promoted it or the subsequent tour, the band broke up. Thanks a lot, Sony! :P

In 2000, Echolyn announced their rebirth by offering this two song sampler for free when ordering their new CD, Cowboy Poems Free.

Both of the songs here have a much richer instumental texture than the original releases, each from the album bearing the song name as it's title. And for that, they are both worthy tracks to own. However, the absence of the vocal harmonies on the originals, and the shortening of the fantastic middle section of As The World, make both of these songs inferior to the original recordings.

Because of that, and since both of these tracks were included on the collection A Little Nonsense Now And Then, this is definitely just a collector's item.

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