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Spectrum - Forever Alien Album

Spectrum - Forever Alien Album
Forever Alien
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1875 mb
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1143 mb
Space Age Recordings


Forever Alien is the third studio album by British space rock band Spectrum, a project led by Peter Kember under the pseudonym Sonic Boom. It was released in August 1997 by Space Age Records. After the band's preceding EP Songs for Owsley 1996 moved them away from guitar-oriented music and towards electronic music, Forever Alien furthered this approach considerably, as Kember aimed to create a predominately electronic album that sounded organic and analogue in style. The record is dominated by. Альбом 1997 Песен: 13. Spectrum Forever Alien Track Listing 1. Feels Like I'm Slipping Away 0:00 2. The Stars Are So Far How Does It Feel 5:33 3. Close Your Eyes and You'. Forever Alien. The last Spectrum album proper for a number of years, and one of Sonic's last open dips into pop structure for the rest of the 1990s, Forever Alien continues what Songs for Owsley had already indicated - a keyboard-dominant set of songs, with Sonic merrily using and abusing the heck out of a series of old synths. Forever Alien, 1997. Feels Like I'm Slipping Away, 05:32. The Stars Are So Far Hoe Does It Feel, 07:01. Close Your Eyes and You'll See, 06:03. Delia Derbyshire, 04:29. Owsley, 05:43. Matrix, 05:00. Listen free to Spectrum Forever Alien Feels Like I'm Slipping Away, The Stars Are So Far Hoe Does It Feel and more. 13 tracks 65:38. Deep beneath the flowing analogue synths, the aching filter and the warped lyrical. Deep beneath the flowing analogue synths, the aching filter and the warped lyrical nous of Spectrum, lies a genius that drive the legendary Spacemen 3 to their furthest extremes, the same genius that takes Experimental Audio Research beyond all our tripped-out fantasies and now, with 'Forever Alien' the genius that is Sonic Boom has created one of his finest collections of hypnotic, blissed-out, experimental perfection to date. LP 12 album, 33 rpm. Spectrum Format: Vinyl. Meanwhile, Kember charted a less predictable course. As Sonic Boom, he released Spectrum in 1990, then, after taking a liking to that handle, released Soul Kill Glide Divide as Spectrum in 1992. Kember alternated between those monikers and Experimental Audio Research . throughout the 1990s, building a rich, probing catalog of synth and electronic explorations of which 1997's Forever Alien is an undeniable highpoint. SPECTRUM Forever Alien 1997 Japanese Reprise label issue 10-track CD album, fold-out picture sleeve complete with Japanese text biography insert and original obi-strip WPCR-1656. 참조: Forever Alien, 2xLP, Album, RE, if28. Spectrum - Close Your Eyes and You'll See 6:03. Spectrum - Forever Alien 4:25. Spectrum - The Stars Are So Far How Does It Feel 7:06. Spectrum - Feels Like I'm Slipping Away 5:33. For buy album Spectrum - Forever Alien please follow to music stores. If we have other releases and albums Spectrum you can see it on this page. All music content by Spectrum is presented for reference only. All new music by Spectrum