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4.04 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mapping the Heavens (5:58)
2. Distant Signals (7:25)
3. Liquid Cosmos (6:42)
4. A Place of Peace (7:18)
5. Outward Bound (6:46)
6. Centauri Memories (2:52)
7. Requiem for C.S. (3:26)
8. Portal Full of Stars (7:28)
9. Plasma Cloud (4:03)
10. No Mans Land (6:29)
11. Lunar Sunrise (2:10)

Total Time 60:37

Line-up / Musicians

- Gregory T. Kyryluk / composer, performer

Releases information

Artwork: David J. Opdyke

CD Harmonic Resonance Recordings ‎ (2002, US)

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ALPHA WAVE MOVEMENT A Distant Signal ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(80%)
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Review by BrufordFreak
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4 stars Using a lot of synth washes over programmed sequences and computer drum and bass tracks, Gregory T. Kyryluk (AWM) makes some very relaxing, spacey music in the vein of Sequoia Records founders, DAVID and STEVE GORDON, soundtrack artist, VANGELIS, or New Age legend, JONN SERRIE. Sometimes Gregory's music a little cheezy and "Buddha Lounge" like but it's always pleasant, melodic, and engaging.

Five star songs: 8. "Portal Full of Stars" (7:32) (9.5/10); 3. "Liquid Cosmos" (6:53) (9.5/10); 2. "Distant Signals" (7:32) (9/10), and; the Buddha Lounge-like, 5. "Outward Bound" (6:55) (8.5/10).

Four star songs: 1. "Mapping the Heavens" (6:03) (7.5/10); the space funky, 4. "A Place of Peace" (7:26) (8.5/10); 6. "Centauri Memories" (2:48) (8/10); the Blade Runner-like, 7. "Requiem for C.S." (3:28) (8/10); 9. "Plasma Cloud" (4:10) (7.5/10); 10. "No Man's Land" (6:29) (8/10), and; 11. "Lunar Sunrise" (2:14) (7/10).

A four star album; recommended for fans of New Age, spacey soundtrack-like music.

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