Stephen Parsick ‎– Hoellenengel


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Cat# Artist Title (Format ) Label Cat# Country Year
none Stephen Parsick Hoellenengel(15xFile, FLAC, Album, RM) Doombient.Music none Germany 2010
none Stephen Parsick Hoellenengel(CD, Album) Doombient.Music none Germany 2005 Sell This Version


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April 14, 2019
referencing Hoellenengel, CD, Album, none wrote:

"Although the artwork may suggest otherwise, synthesiser enthusiast Stephen Parsick’s magnum opus is neither a metal album nor an industrial record. This, as the label states, is dark, ambient electronic music. Recorded straight to DAT by Parsick himself, he avoided “computers, sequencers, MIDI interfaces or multitrack recorders,” in favour of pure CS-80 performances, captured with remarkably clarity alongside his Roland VP-330 vocoder, Minimoog and Fender Rhodes. By Parsick’s own admission, the setup is very similar to the one Vangelis used to create the Blade Runner soundtrack. As a result, Hoellenengel opens up a very similar sonic world. Given how much Parsick composes in the bass region of the instrument and how little he does to manipulate or interrupt the sound of the CS-80, you could argue that this album shows off the unbelievable power of the synth even more than Blade Runner."


March 10, 2015
referencing Hoellenengel, CD, Album, none
"Its not often in my life that i ever get a chance to shout or cheer with joy, other than when i won a jackpot from my local arcade, or when my local football team Brighton & Hove Albion, were granted the right to build a new stadium. But something arrived from Werther, Germany this morning, that absoultly blew the competition away. It was a CD from a young budding musicial, Stephen Parsick. Imagine what would happen if a Blade Runner sequel was made. What would the music score sound like? well, as I write this report, im listening to the CD, track 4 - die Burg. I can almost hear, or I am almost reminded of Vangelis, Lustmord, Even ludwig Van. hopefully you will all aggree, a true masterpiece. you can contact Stephen through his website, to order the CD." (Gary Willoughby /