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Photo: THE SONGS OF DISTANT EARTH is an enhanced CD. In addition to 70 minutes of music that can be played on any CD player, it includes a CD-ROM track that allows users to travel through a futuristic city. The CD-ROM track also includes a video clip for &amp;amp;quot;Let There Be Light.&amp;amp;quot; These multimedia functions are accessible only on Macintosh systems. THE SONGS OF DISTANT EARTH is loosely based on Arthur C. Clarkes book of the same title. The Songs of Distant Earth blend together two motifs crafted through Mike Oldfields atmospheric music. (Both outer space and inner space under water) are the themes of this album, but Oldfields synthesized artistry comes up short during the course of the 17 tracks, mainly because of the intermittent talking and unnecessary vocabulary that quickly becomes irksome and ineffective. About the music, it is usually Mike Oldfields differentiation of rhythms or styles on a song to song basis that makes his music thought-provoking and fresh. On this album, the same rhythm lurks through half of the songs, with only smidgens of add-on instrumentation to elevate its flow. Absent is the freewheeling percussion pulses, or the onslaught of strings that so often shower his music. Instead, each track seems flat as his keyboard work comes off gray and bland. Even a few sudden bursts of tempo become short lived, as the pace always falls back to its straight-lined origin. Inspired by Arthur C. Clarke, Oldfield tries to capture the wonder and mystery of the stars and the sea through washes of synthesizer, but his attempt at capturing both themes could have benefited from a multitude of other instruments, as his work usually includes. ~ Mike DeGagne Includes liner notes by Arthur C. Clarke.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 08 2013 at 18:08

First listen - hope this hits me as hard as i want it to.


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Crushed like a rose in the riverflow.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 08 2013 at 18:14

First listen.  New album from a band I admire greatly.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: September 08 2013 at 18:58
Originally posted by Horizons Horizons wrote:


First listen - hope this hits me as hard as i want it to.
Love this album.

I need to purchase some albums. There's so much more music I'd like to listen to, but I'd like to give the artists what they've earned. I've been feeling so guilty using Spotify and Youtube that I haven't used them to listen to full albums (just sampling) in a while, and iTunes is not the way I want to buy.

On another note, the past few days I've been listening to Tago Mago, Ege Bamyasi, and Random Access Memories.


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