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3.21 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sunrain (from New Age Of Earth) (7:30)
2. Midnight On Mars (from Blackouts) (6:52)
3. Morgana Da Capo (from Correlations) (5:29)
4. Oasis (from Correlations) (3:46)
5. Club Cannibal (from Correlations) (5:24)
6. Screamer (from Belle Alliance) (4:27
7. Mistral (from Belle Alliance) (3:43)
8. 77 Slightly Delayed (from Blackouts) (6:44)
9. Ice Train (from Correlations) (7:40)
10. Deep Distance (from New Age Of Earth) (5:46)
11. Ocean Of Tenderness (from New Age Of Earth) (12:36)
12. Phantasus (from Correlations) (5:11)
13. Blackouts (from Blackouts) (4:42)

Total Time: 79:50

Line-up / Musicians

- Manuel Göttsching / guitar, synthesizer, sequencer
- Lutz Ulbrich / guitar, synthesizer, piano, mellotron
- Harald Grosskopf / drums, percussion, synthesizer

Releases information

Virgin CDOVD 436 (Europe) / Caroline 1109-2 (USA)

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ASHRA Sunrain: The Virgin Years ratings distribution

(5 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(25%)
Good, but non-essential (50%)
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Review by Syzygy
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3 stars A good overview of Ashra's late 70s albums. My big gripe with this collection is that two of the albums were solo efforts (New Age of Earth and Blackouts) and the other two were group efforts, and stylistically they are quite different. The "Belle Alliance" and "Correlations" tracks are much louder, and in some ways anticipate the dance music/rock crossover of bands like PRODIGY and THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS. The sequencing of this collection makes for a rather uneven atmosphere overall, although all the material is worth listening to.

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