Kaito ‎– Hundred Million Light Years

Kompakt ‎– KOMPAKT CD 49
CD, Album


1 Color Of Feels (Album Mix) 7:15
2 Natural Source 8:20
3 Hundred Million Light Years (Album Mix) 7:48
4 Nobody Could Be Alone 9:04
5 We Were Born Here 9:37
6 Holding A Baby 9:50
7 Your Brilliant Flowers 7:18
8 Life Goes On 7:04
9 The Universe 8:12



"The Universe will hold us. We are just one tiny part of it.
Think about the Earth, it is but one small planet in the Universe. So this makes us a family.
No war - only love, peace, a newborn baby, children, humanity, communication, nature, cadence, sensitivity, crying, laughing, spririt, giving.
Life is at times not easy but we were born here.
We are living together.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 880319024122
  • Barcode (Text): 8 80319 02412 2
  • Matrix / Runout: CA KOMCD49 @
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 122D
  • Label Code: LC 12012
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KOMCD49 Kaito Hundred Million Light Years(9xFile, AIFF) Kompakt KOMCD49 Germany 2007
KOMCD49 Kaito Hundred Million Light Years(9xFile, MP3, 320) Kompakt KOMCD49 Germany 2007
KOMPAKT CD 49 Kaito Hundred Million Light Years(CD, Album, Promo) Kompakt KOMPAKT CD 49 Germany 2006 Sell This Version
KOMCD49 Kaito Hundred Million Light Years(9xFile, WAV) Kompakt KOMCD49 Germany 2007
KOMPAKT CD 49 Kaito Hundred Million Light Years(CD, Album, Unofficial) Kompakt (2) KOMPAKT CD 49 Russia 2006 Sell This Version


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October 10, 2008

Trance may have gotten a bad name over the last few years (think overblown production, aimless tracks), but Kaito keeps the original idea of trance -- a transportive experience -- and infuses it into his album _A Hundred Million Light Years_. With careful layers and a steady beat, he manages to coax a beautifully emotive sound from his machines, whether with the squalls of guitar on "Color of Feels" or the sustained tones on "Natural Source." Nothing feels out of place: the piano on "Nobody Could Be Alone" seems natural, rather than excessively, and even if "Holding a Baby" sounds a little more energetic than a gentle caress, I'm fine with that. He can get moodier, as well, with the opening of "Life Goes On," which turns out to be less an existential crisis and more a statement of being. And by the time we reach the final track, "The Universe," we've pretty much floated out of our own and into one of Kaito's making. Gorgeous stuff.