Troum ‎– Eald-Ge-Stréon

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1 Elation 7:09
2 Usque Sumus Lux 8:18
3 Eolet 7:53
4 Ecstatic Forlorness 9:40
5 Dhânu-H 4:41
6 Procession
Written-by [Uncredited] – Savage Republic
4:39
7 Crescere 16:28

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Comes in a full color book bound CD case. This is the standard version.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Troum Eald-Ge-Stréon(8xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Troum Self-released) none Germany Unknown
mt181/183, E=mc21 Troum Eald-Ge-Stréon(LP, Sky + LP + Ltd) Beta-lactam Ring Records, Equation Records (2) mt181/183, E=mc21 US 2010 Sell This Version
none Troum Eald-Ge-Stréon(8xFile, AIFF, Album) Not On Label (Troum Self-released) none Germany Unknown
none Troum Eald-Ge-Stréon(8xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Not On Label (Troum Self-released) none Germany Unknown
none Troum Eald-Ge-Stréon(8xFile, ALAC, Album) Not On Label (Troum Self-released) none Germany Unknown

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dalakouras

dalakouras

July 22, 2019

Your are alone, family far away beyond reach, and are informed that a meteorite is going to crash 2 hours from now and bring the end of life on earth. So this is it, no time for farewells, no time for regrets. Get a cold shower, pray if you will, and for the end, let the ultra-eschatological ‘Crescere’ playing on repeat as loud as ever (Bach won’t do, you are unavoidably stressed and need sth tragic now), sit on a balcony armchair, pour a glass of your best wine, smoke a cigarette or two and stare at the sky. Goodbye.
DarkerSkies

DarkerSkies

February 25, 2015
edited over 5 years ago

Hypnotic, hallucinatory, earthy, and cloudy, Eald-Ge-Stréon became one of my favorite ambient albums of all time the first week I heard it. It still is four years later, so I'm pretty sure it's a keeper. The compositions have intent behind them and are lyrical. Although Troum sound nothing like Godspeed You! Black Emperor, there are moments on this album where the grandiosity is comparable to GY!BE. Other moments have a ghostly tenderness to them, like a Robert Fripp solo ambient piece if it were run through a Leslie speaker and a muddy EQ two rooms away. Rating: 5/5