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1.46 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1993

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Seeds (4:10)
2. Too Far (3:26)
3. Magic Theater (3:43)
4. Sunset (3:10)
5. Transformers (2:31)
6. Nothing But Love (2:54)
7. Virtual Reality (3:21)
8. Pyramid (2:59)
9. Brave New World (3:34)
10. Windows (4:01)
11. Midnight (2:50)
12. Afternoon Adventure (3:45)
13. Voyage Home (2:32)
14. Beyond (2:14)
15. Seeds of Life [Vocal Version] (3:59)

Total Time 49:09

Line-up / Musicians

- Jan Hammer / composer, performer & producer

- Linda Brynan Sears / cybernetic voice
- Chris Thompson / vocals (15)

Releases information

Soundtrack for the computer animation Video, directed by Michael Boydstun, re-mixed and sequenced different for this release

Artwork: Lesley Schiff

CD MIRAMAR MPCD - 2902 (1993, US)
CD MCA Records ‎- MCD 10752 (1993, UK)

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Review by Atavachron
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1 stars I wouldn't come right out and say this album is 'poor'-- it did represent, for a brief moment, the cutting edge of commercial cyber-pop and music born of the computer, flashing, chirping and fractalating it's way into mainstream media, leaving a robotic taste in the mouth. Problem is, there was and is much better tech music being made - like Thomas Metcalf's 'One' (1989) for example - and so, in hindsight, Mr. Hammer's hugely successful TV soundtrack music with its algorhythmics and syn-phonic aspirations doesn't keep its shimmer over the years.

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