Aes Dana ‎– Aftermath

Ultimae Records ‎– inre 010
CDr, Album, Limited Edition, Mixed

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1 Aftermath # 01 7:53
2 Aftermath # 02
Voice – Pascale Auffret
3 Aftermath # 03 8:01
4 Aftermath # 04 4:04
5 Aftermath # 05
Voice – Mahiane
6 Aftermath # 06
Arranged By – Huby Sea
7 Aftermath # 07
Piano – Vincent Villuis

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Subtitle: "Archives of peace"

Limited Edition 1.0
℗ & © on this album 2003 Ultimae Records

Limited to 300 copies.
Comes in digipak.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
inre10.2 Aes Dana Aftermath 2.0 | Archives Of Peace (8xFile, FLAC, Album, Mixed, RM) Ultimae Records inre10.2 France 2013
inre10.2 Aes Dana Aftermath 2.0 | Archives Of Peace(8xFile, FLAC, Album, Mixed, RM, 24-) Ultimae Records inre10.2 France 2015
inre10.2 Aes Dana Aftermath 2.0 | Archives Of Peace(8xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 320) Ultimae Records inre10.2 France 2013


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October 25, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Second album by Aes Dana. This time as a limited edition release on Ultimae, only 300 copies! So be fast if you want this...

The first track is a totally slow going floating track, with some birds singing and no beats. Very deep and dark. Reminds me a bit of Biosphere. Track 2 starts the same way. Beautiful, deep soundscapes. Then we get some very chilled down tempo rhythms and a psychedelic melody. After a few minutes we also get a very relaxing voice. Best track on this album in my opinion. Track 3 is another totally relaxing atmospheric track. Crystal clear beautiful floating sounds and some relaxing down tempo beats. This track has more of the style we got on his first album Season 5. Aes Dana sure likes it atmospheric. Track 4 continues with more floating vibes. Sounds very spacey. Track 5 is a slow going down tempo track, with a totally deep groove and dark floating atmospheric sounds. Very relaxing. Track 6 goes back to the totally relaxed vibes again, with no beats. Only floating beautiful ambient sounds. The last track on this album is surprisingly with a lot of piano playing. A nice finish on the album.

Aes Dana delivers another good album, this time much slower than his first album. More floating ambient sounds and less down tempo rhythms. Go get it if you can!


September 22, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

All the songs in this album are perfect and when listened from start to finish, it builds into a seven piece tale, that takes listener to orbit of earth, where you'll gaze this beautiful planet. This is made with soothing and dreamy soundscapes that are best, when heard in the warmth of your own bed early in the morning. Some of the sounds are just so fragile, that it seems like they would break for just the softests blow.


July 22, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Absolutely amazing ambient epic. This release screams for an empty and comfortable space in order to enjoy it.

The organic and timeless tones and form invoke images of a primordial world. Woven into this epic are the sounds of a choir, animals, rain, and other organic noises that only help to enhance the moving wave of ambience. The dark and sweeping tone of this CD brings to mind the creation or destruction of a planet as viewed from different angles.