Vidna Obmana ‎– Echoing Delight

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Extreme ‎– XCD 022
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1 Winter Mouvement
Percussion [Pottery Shells, Rainmaker], Gong – Tom Kloeck
8:06
2 Crystal Travelling 9:30
3 The Empty Night 7:54
4 Echoing Delight 17:41
5 Narrow Gloom (Part Two)
Composed By, Arranged By, Drum Programming, Percussion – Djen Ajakan Shean
10:07
6 Glass Splendour 14:55

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Credits

  • Artwork [Image Processing]Michael Brand (2)
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Electronics, Performer [Loops], Tape [Processed], Drum Programming, Percussion, Voice, DidgeridooVidna Obmana
  • Cover [Cover Image]Doriana Corda

Notes

Recorded and mixed between January 1992 and March 1993.
Digitally mastered in March 1993, except "The Empty Night"

© & ℗ Extreme 1993. Extreme Graphics
Manufactured and distributed by Cargo Records (U.S.A. & U.K.)
Printed in Canada

Made in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 23248 60912
  • Barcode (Scanned): 723248609124
  • Matrix / Runout: MFG BY CINRAM INC. #930803C X CD022
  • SPARS Code: AAD

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Portis

October 11, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

There are two main ideas here. On tracks 1 & 3 there is the typically sharp, bleak obmana loops that shift & come in & out of the mix. These sounds are similar to the other tracks as well, but on tracks 2 & 4 they are accompanied by terribly repetitive & mindlessly simple percussion. In addition to this a long, uninspired bass loop tags along as well. The same formula is applied to the final track, but with a little more success (though it could have been half the length).

Echoing Delight is saved by the oddly spelled "Winter Mouvement" & the aptly named "The Empty Night", which makes the disc programmably worthwhile.