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SOLARIS - THE MIRROR - STALKER (OST)

Edward Artemiev

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2.76 | 14 ratings | 1 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1990

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Stalker - Theme (4:18)
2. Stalker - Train (4:35)
3. Solaris - Ill (4:31)
4. Solaris - Station (3:21)
5. Solaris - Listen To Bach (The Earth) (3:03)
6. The Mirror - Exodus (6:57)
7. Stalker - They Go Long (4:38)
8. Solaris - Dream (6:58)
9. Stalker - Meditation (5:21)
10. Solaris - Ocean (11:30)
11. Solaris - Picture P. Brueghel "Winter" (5:33)
12. Solaris - Return (4:45)
13. Dedication To Andrei Tarkovskiy (1989) (9:21)

Line-up / Musicians

- Edward Artemiev / composer (excl. 5), arranger & performer (ANS synthesizer)

Releases information

Selection from soundtracks for 3 Andrei Tarkovsky's films "Solaris", "The Mirror" and "Stalker"

Artwork: Nico Arzbach

CD Torso Kino ‎- CD 5001 (1990, Netherlands)
CD Electroshock Records ‎- ELCD 012 (2002, Russia) New cover

2xLP Torso Kino ‎- LP 5001 (1990, Netherlands)

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2.76
(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
29%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(43%)
43%
Good, but non-essential (7%)
7%
Collectors/fans only (21%)
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2 stars I should have paid more attention to the description of this CD before buying. I was expecting the ethereal and creepy sounds from the Andrei Tarkovskiy films of the early 70's. Imagine my disappointment then, on hearing this 1999 re-working of his most well known films.

This is a crushingly dull and cheesy album full of the worst 'New Agey' keyboards, artificial flutes, inane and emotionless electronics you're likely to hear this side of sub-standard 'Tangerine Dream' from the early nineties.

I think it's bang out of order that there's nothing on the sleeve that makes the buyer aware that they're purchasing a re-hash of what were once beautiful sounds. All the Electro-acoustics have vanished - replaced with a sickly, smooth and instantly forgettable vibe that belongs in a TV documentary about sperm whales and dolphins.

The fourth track 'Station' is quite good with a definite 'Blade Runner - Vangelis' feel running throughout. Unfortunately, throughout this recording, the schmalzy parts stand out far more than the interesting sections and they detract enormously. It's like having your head crushed in a vice whilst being force fed bucket loads of chocolate and cake.

What was once haunting now just sounds saccharine.

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