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DER PLATINZEITALTER

Maurizio Bianchi

Progressive Electronic


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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Aurea Aetas (15:40)
2. Die Ersbunde (12:51)
3. Decadence (06:51)
4. The Promised Seed (10:19)
5. New Heavens New Earth (09:59)
6. Das Platinzeitalter (17:25)

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Maurizio Bianchi / electronics

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Review by philippe
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4 stars A new exceptional record from experimental electronic pionnier Maurizio Bianchi. The atmosphere created for the occasion is one more time ultra obscure, cloudy, moody, playing on drones, desaggregate sounds, noisy injections. The mass of electronic textures is as usual voluminous, spherical, spacious; organic soundscapes, dense and dark at the same. The luth player Josef Von Wissen is supposed to give some musical motifs on this one, however it's truly impossible to distinguish clearly, distinctly acoustic notes in this heavily, divastating electronic process. Certainly not as melancholic and as transcendant as "A.M.B Iehn Tale" but still impressive and reaching the eternity of sounds. A difficult listening in the tradition of M.B most opressive, neurotic, intoxicated electronic works but so recommended for fans of creepy, floating electronic atmospheres.

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