Galaxy ‎– Solar Synthesis

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Blue Room Released ‎– BR 100 LP
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Higher Frequency
A2 Golden Crown
B1 Liquid Sky
B2 Dreamland
C1 The Island
C2 Connected
D1 Freezer
D2 Big Blue

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 18756 91001 5
  • ASIN (EFA): 69100-1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BR100CD Galaxy Solar Synthesis(CD, Album) Blue Room Released BR100CD UK 2000 Sell This Version
AW 10022 Galaxy Solar Synthesis(10xFile, WAV) M.E.L.T. 2000 AW 10022 UK 2005

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radi6404

radi6404

April 29, 2009

Again a very good album by Boris Blenn there. there are really masterpeaces on this album that are probably some of the best electronic ambient tracks ever created. These are Fragment, Freezer, Löwen im Regeu and Big blue. All those tracks are very hypnotic and have a really geat and deep atmosphere with the typical Boris Blenn sounds but the production quality is very high. Such music is best listened during some autumn morning just when it slowly starts to get brighter and before the sunrais meet the horizon, then the music has the biggest influence on the listener.

And there is one outstanding track that is a true masterpeace by Boris Blenn, called Liquid Sky, it has a very powerful and dark atmosphere. I thas a very sad atmosphere and sounds really dramatic during 3:00 and 4:00 but it still is relaxing. A true ambient masterpeace that shows the skills and musical abilities of the German master Boris Blenn, big respect for that track and the whole album, High quality albums like this justify saving money for an expensive audiosystem/ headphones + mp3 player in order to hear it even deeper.

There are a few rather dissapointing tracks on this album however, which are fast and sound like tracks of other artists that produced goa trance during 1999 - 2002. But that´s no reason to not buy the album, the high quality dark and atmospheric ambient masterpeaces are worth the album.
eskoner

eskoner

March 25, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Killargh earth-trance vs. space-ambient release by Boris Blenn.

"Higher Frequency" is like a warm summernight around the fire until it after some minutes into the track invites us into "Taking off for Higher Frequencies" and as promised motions us into tranced-out space.

The styles on this album range from Ambient, Trance to Disco and at times feel like Euro-Disco meets Electric Universe.
This is a nice item in ones collection.