Earth Nation ‎– Thoughts In Past Future

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Eye Q Records ‎– 4509 95557-2
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1 Lord Giveth
Vocals – Corinne Cassiani-Ingoni
1:13
2 Falling Tears
Lyrics By, Vocals – Hermann Vieljans
6:18
3 Revelation 6:58
4 In Your Mind 6:22
5 World In Blue
Other [Melody Inspired By] – Bulgarien TraditionalVocals – Corinne Cassiani-Ingoni
7:57
6 Chilled Dreams 7:46
7 Claim For Passion 2:23
8 Alienated
Vocals – Corinne Cassiani-Ingoni
7:23
9 Isolation
Lyrics By, Vocals – Hermann Vieljans
7:55
10 In Retrospect
Voice – Amanda Lasi
10:13
11 Lord Taketh
Vocals – Corinne Cassiani-Ingoni
0:56

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Published by Moonquake/Musikedition Discoton/Bernd Reisig MV
℗ WEA 1994 © Eye Q 1994
Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 4509-95557-2 6
  • Barcode (String): 745099555726
  • Matrix / Runout: 450995557-2 WME
  • Label Code: LC 6450
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Other (Distribution Code - France): WE 833

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veers

veers

February 12, 2015

Totally agree with Hypogenetic against Numanoid :)
I would simply add the splendid and touching "World in blue" along "In retrospect" for being tunes (still) that worth listening to :)
The only weak track here i feel is the mainstreamish "Isolation".
Minor that, it stands easily as a nice retro-sound "morning trance" album (by today standards), graced with decent guitar playing and the fabulous operatics of Corinne Cassiani-Ingoni's lyrical voice, bringing welcome touches of vivid atmosphere ...
Thanks Earth Nation !
Still in the heART !!
hypogenetic

hypogenetic

May 24, 2008
Arhhm!. I beg to differ sir! The album, while yes, a little patchy and easily forgotten, does have one saving grace, the sublime 'In Retrospect'.

This fabulous track starts gently enough, but builds and continues building until around the 7 or 8 minute mark when the the most enchanting breakdown drops, excellent work from Herr Hildenbeutal, magic Namlookian trance moment!. On par with his other masterpeices HypnoticHarmony and Vernon's Wonderland.

Walking around the Omen in 94' waiting for Frank Lorbers Birthday Party to begin at 2.00am when the club opened, listening to the track in an otherwise empty club save for the staff was almost spiritual and not so easily forgotten.

Either that or Numanoid is Sven Vath in disguise, in which case like you Sven, I don't have leg to stand on and would cetainly have a whinge :)D . Ralph rules in Vernon's Wonderland and don't you forget it!.
Numanoid

Numanoid

September 22, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

This album is shockingly bad taking into account all the wonderful records Ralf has helped Sven Väth make. The production and engineering must have seemed very dated even in 1994, screaming MOR-heavy metal guitars are glued onto the songs at every opportunity and for some reason a vocalist that sound too much like the guy from Scooter has been invited to collaborate. No doubt Ralf wanted to reach out to a larger audience with this record, but this is without excuse a blatant sell out.