Tangle Edge ‎– Cosmorama

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Walk Of The Frozen Ones
1 Part I - An Ancient Conception
Composed By – Johansen*
1:10
2 Part II - Escaping The Hard Chamber
Composed By – Horrigmoe*, Johansen*, Nygård*
6:05
3 Part III - The Revocation
Composed By – Horrigmoe*, Johansen*, Nygård*
3:19
4 Part IV - Ensorcelled Departure
Composed By – Horrigmoe*, Johansen*, Nygård*, Bergvik*
10:27
5 Caesar's Integrated Flaw
Composed By – Nygård*
7:49
6 The Sun Of Tuesday
Composed By – Horrigmoe*, Johansen*, Nygård*
8:26
7 Sumerian King
Composed By – Horrigmoe*, Johansen*, Nygård*, Bergvik*
9:50
8 Transcription From An Unknown Decade's End
Composed By – Horrigmoe*, Johansen*, Nygård*
8:35
9 Solorgy
Composed By – Horrigmoe*, Nygård*
19:05

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live in Italy 1991
Reissue © 2016

From a new remaster supplied by Ronald & Hasse of Tangle Edge.

All tracks are recorded live at Caffe Mediterraneo, Naples, Italy 12.09.91, except the bass solo on 'Solorgy', which is from Auditorium, Dro (Trento), Italy 14.09.91.

℗ & © 2004 Tangle Edge Productions

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TEP 2 Tangle Edge Cosmorama(CDr, Album) Tangle Edge Productions TEP 2 Norway 2004 Sell This Version
AMCDR 228 Tangle Edge Cosmorama(CDr, Album, Num, RE, RM) Auricle AMCDR 228 UK 2017 Sell This Version

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November 2, 2016
COSMORAMA
is from two Italian gigs in 1991 and is closer to the sound of that Sheffield gig. This opens with EULOGY's monumental Walk Of The Frozen Ones, full of its subtle Mahavishnu meets Amon Düül II touches and a subtle ethnic spice. Caesar's Integrated Flaw, originally heard on their debut album IN SEARCH OF THE NEW DAWN is here fleshed out a little more, adding yet more of that Arabian flavour. Tracks in common with the previous disc follow: The Sun Of Tuesday, Sumerian King, Transcription... all more lively and precise here, reminding me more of Man really. Finally this disc ends with the almost heart-stopping tension of Solorgy strung out for a massive 19 minutes. (my old review from Audion #52 from 2006)