Fractaled ‎– Moments Of Order

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Dark Winter ‎– dw032
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Tracklist

1 Near Planck Time 5:47
2 Quark-Gluon Plasma 4:26
3 Electromagnetic Radiation 5:04
4 Ionized Universe 9:31
5 Primordial Nucleosynthesis 6:20
6 Photon Decoupling 8:05
7 Two Billion Years 28:02
8 Carbon 7:45

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Dedicated to Hermann Oberth.

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songsoverruins

songsoverruins

June 3, 2009
With "Moments Of Order" Fractaled presents a concept album on the birth of the universe (I think titles as "Near Planck Time" and "Quark-Gluon Plasma" speak for themselves). This results in cold, noisy and spacey dark ambient (Inade would be a good point of reference, I think). The palette of sounds ranges from very dark ("Quark-Gluon Plasma" and "Ionized Universe") to nearly new-age-esque frail (the closing track "Carbon", which portrays the development of carbon-based lifeforms). With 75 minutes, it is a long album, also because "Two Billion Years" takes 28 minutes. Although I'm not shouting from the rooftops over this one, it's certainly not a bad album. I think that people that like Inade would do themselves a pleasure by downloading this album and giving it a spin.

- Originally written in Dutch, English translation by the author.