Asura ‎– Life²

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Ultimae Records ‎– inre 025
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1 Golgotha
Voice [Additional] – Charles FarewellWritten-by, Producer, Voice [Additional] – Christopher Maze
6:12
2 Back To Light 7:16
3 Galaxies Part One (Album Edit) 8:15
4 Celestial Tendencies 9:07
5 The Prophecy
Written-by, Producer, Voice [Additional] – Christopher Maze
7:28
6 Five Lines 9:32
7 Life² 7:49
8 Galaxies Part Two 10:34
9 Butterfly FX
Vocals – Noemie Hauduroy*
6:27
10 La Chanson De Carla 4:56

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(c) & (p) on this album 2007 Ultimae records

Worldwide Distribution by [ Ultimae.com/network ]

Released in Digipak.

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  • Barcode: 3760180500109
  • Matrix / Runout: 96725 0810021 ULTIMAE

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
inre 025, inre025 Asura Life²(CD, Album) Ultimae Records, Ultimae Records inre 025, inre025 France 2007 Sell This Version
inre025-2 Asura Life²(10xFile, FLAC, Album, RM, 24 ) Ultimae Records inre025-2 France 2015

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bigsupernova

bigsupernova

July 24, 2011
edited over 4 years ago

5 Star !

A pack of real music ! All tracks on top !
nikom

nikom

February 21, 2011
edited over 3 years ago
Great Album.
Shurique

Shurique

January 11, 2008
Undoubtedly the most mature Asura release to date, Life² is a stunning musical journey from beginning to end. The flow of the album is natural and effortless, starting with the massive Golgotha, then seamlessly flowing through relaxing atmospheres (such as the Galaxies) as well as the more aggressive goa-influenced pieces (the title track, for instance), and ending with the beautiful, contemplative La Chanson De Carla.

Absolutely amazing. There's not a single track here that I would consider anything less than brilliant. I have a feeling I'll remember 2007 as the year of Life² for the rest of my life!
murari

murari

July 24, 2007
edited over 8 years ago

Simply Magnificent!

I've just listened to the Album like 20th time and I'm at a loss for words. Charles Farwell is solo on this but what a masterful trip he conjures! Those who are familiar with Asura's previous excursions will know the evolution of their sound. For those who don't I would put it as ambient, ethnic, down-tempo with a dose of old school goa in a new avatar. Mashing all of these together and doing it well is quite a task and I can safely say that if you like any of those genres mentioned above you'll definitely enjoy this.

From the grandness of Golgotha to beautiful orchestral arrangements on The Prophecy and then not to forget the spaced ambient progressive of Celestial Tendencies, Butterfly FX and Life². I really enjoyed how Charles takes his time to evolve the sound-scapes giving them more texture and space. He is in no hurry, even on the faster tracks, taking his time to build and grow the tunes.

This album is really a journey and every track is a floating station providing rich experiences and eventually leading to new directions. It really has to be heard in its full to really feel the magical trip Asura waits to take us on!

One word, Majestic.