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ALIENS FROM PLANET EARTH

Light Coorporation

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3.86 | 10 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Song of the Merbau Tree (3:09)
2. Surrounding Us the Pulse of Depths (6:47)
3. The Rainbow Hunter (3:09)
4. World of Cobweb Fabric (5:44)
5. Third Level of Dream (9:49)
6. Man Inside the Great Fish (11:55)
7. Time (Everything is Chasing After the Wind) (10:21)
8. Aquarium of the Universe (8:01)

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Line-up / Musicians

-Mariusz Sobański / guitars, baritone cello
-Paweł Rogoża / tenor saxophone, Kaossilator Pro
-Robert Bielak / violin
-Krzysztof Waśkiewicz / bass, analog taperecorder
-Miłosz Krauz / drums, percussion

Releases information

CD: RéR MEGACORP - LC02RéR

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LIGHT COORPORATION Aliens From Planet Earth ratings distribution


3.86
(10 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(30%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Polish band LIGHT COORPORATION was formed sometime around 2007, and aims to blend progressive rock and avant-garde jazz, featuring multimedia contents for live performances. They made their debut with "Rare Dialect" in 2011, a production that saw them attached to the UK label ReR Megacorp. "Aliens From Planet Earth" is their second full length album, and was released in the summer of 2012.

A taste for instrumental, improvised jazz appears to be a needed prerequisite to be able to enjoy Light Coorporation's second full length album "Aliens From Planet Earth". A production that otherwise sticks to a gentle, careful expression throughout but with a few instances of arrangements incorporating a select few dramatic surges to supplement the otherwise subtle instrument details used to maintain nerve and variation. An album rather introspective in nature and reaching out to a relatively narrow audience I suspect. Still, for the select few this is a disc that will be greatly appreciated.

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