Autumn Of Communion ‎– Autumn Of Communion

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1 On The Way To Sesterie 11:31
2 Spaang 17:50
3 Autumn Of Communion 12:40
4 Interval One 1:45
5 End (Sunrise For Claudio) 7:00
6 Interval Two 3:00
7 Earth Waiting 8:28
8 Something We Can't Explain
Featuring – Krystian Lubisweski*Written-By [Poem By] – Graham Sefton
12:48

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Limitation: 300

All tracks written and produced for metamatics productions Isola D'asti Italy.

Lee Anthony Norris is published by Hydrogen Dukebox

Dedicated to the memories of Claudio Perosino and G-Forces who sadly left us in 2012.

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  • Barcode: 8 81005 05472 0
  • Label Code: LC 6269
  • Matrix / Runout: PS 08/126 P+O-A 630376-A1

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sideshowbobsworld

sideshowbobsworld

April 24, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Their best album to date for sure. The newer releases have never hit the stunning greatness of this record. RIP Pete
funkyjeff77

funkyjeff77

March 20, 2014
A truly amazing journey from start to finish..!
player

player

June 18, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

A beautiful ambient album and could very well be the last album to be released on the Pete Namlook's(R.I.P) unique, different, and fascinating label. A great last release with a sad and unfortunate ending to FAX label.
ambitscope

ambitscope

January 7, 2013

been playing this quite q few times the more i play it the more i keep thinking that pete namlook has one of the best ambient & electronic labels but sadly he had passed away since the release of this amazing album hope that lee & mick had a great time of making this great album for me its a great album in his memory R.I.P to the man who made this a class label FAX...
vladza

vladza

November 30, 2012
Such a beautiful album. I love every bit of it. Sadly, it might be the last one on FAX with passing away of Pete Namlook. I hope not.