Pete Namlook + Tetsu Inoue ‎– Shades Of Orion 2

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Ambient World ‎– AW 024
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Tracklist

Orion Transfer (1:11:14)
1 Untitled 5:00
2 Untitled 4:59
3 Untitled 5:00
4 Untitled 5:00
5 Untitled 4:59
6 Untitled 5:00
7 Untitled 4:59
8 Untitled 5:00
9 Untitled 4:59
10 Untitled 4:59
11 Untitled 5:00
12 Untitled 4:59
13 Untitled 5:00
14 Untitled 6:12

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Ambient World reissue of the 1994 original on Fax +49-69/450464.

Tracklisting only states one title, Orion Transfer, which is spread over 14 tracks. The durations here listed were taken from the disc's table of contents except for the index track which is the duration printed on the booklet. The actual duration of the whole disc is 1:11:06.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 07297 02392 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 807297023923
  • Matrix / Runout: AW 024 P+O-57960-A1 08-02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L961
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3J01

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eliks_postindustry

eliks_postindustry

September 2, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Deep, soft, and most of all a classic piece of ambient music available. A good couple of things that Namlook has released is highly overrated, however this one, the whole series, and basically all the Namlook/Inoue collaborations are the very first to fall in love with, whether you consider the whole genre, fax/aw, or these guys only. This is basically one uniform, smoothly flowing stream of beautiful sound, flashing out straight from the deepest corner of space. If you're an ambient lover, it will make your spirit drift. If not - try it, maybe you'll become one.