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Tracklist

Dream 1 (Before The Wind Blows It All Away)18:31
Cumulonimbus10:09
Dream 2 (Entropy)10:02
Path 3 (7676)11:00
Whose Name Is Written On Water11:15
Patterns (Cypher)2:47
Solo6:53
Aria 111:06
Return 2 (Song)16:46
Nor Earth, Nor Boundless Sea19:17
Dream 11 (whisper Music)18:54
Moth-like Stars28:53
Path 17 (before The Ending Of Daylight)26:52
Space 26 (Epicardium)6:56
Patterns (Lux)16:43
Constellation 16:56
Constellation 215:20
Space 2 (Slow Waves)7:42
Chorale / Glow25:29
Dream 19 (Pulse)18:53
Cassiopeia19:36
Non-eternal23:50
Song / Echo4:59
Aria 211:02
Never Fade Into Nothingness9:41
Return 16 (time Capsule)24:25
If You Came This Way14:29
Space 17 (Chains)17:59
Sublunar25:22
Dream 17 (Alpha)28:47
Dream 0 (Till Break Of Day)33:47

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    Cover of Sleep, 2015-09-04, FileSleep
    31×File, AAC, Mixed, VBR
    Deutsche Grammophon – 0289 479 5267 1 DDD GHEurope2015Europe2015
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    Cover of Sleep, 2015-11-06, FileSleep
    31×File, FLAC, 24-bit/96kHz
    Deutsche Grammophon – 0289 479 5267 1 DDD GHEurope2015Europe2015
    Cover of Sleep, 2015-12-11, CDSleep
    8×CD, Album; Blu-ray, Blu-ray Audio, Album; Box Set
    Deutsche Grammophon – 479 5682Europe2015Europe2015
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Sleep, 2015-09-04, FileSleep
    31×File, MP3, VBR
    Deutsche Grammophon – 0289 479 5267 1 DDD GHEurope2015Europe2015
    Cover of Sleep, 2015-11-06, FileSleep
    31×File, AIFF, Album, 24-bit/96kHz
    Deutsche Grammophon – 0289 479 5267 1 DDD GHEurope2015Europe2015
    New Submission
    Cover of Sleep, , CDSleep
    8×CD, Album; Blu-ray, Blu-ray Audio, Album; Box Set, Reissue
    Deutsche Grammophon – 479 5682EuropeEurope

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    • qu3ntum's avatar
      qu3ntum
      Wish this was possible on a library of vinyls. I'd buy it in a heartbeat. Although difficult to sleep and change vinyls ha
      • quietcalm's avatar
        quietcalm
        The peak of Max’s career to date and quite possibly the peak of the entire ambient/neoclassical/drone movement.
        • Valid24's avatar
          Valid24
          Imagine if this was on vinyl. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀
          • Korekuta's avatar
            Korekuta
            Edited 5 years ago
            Sleep CD1 and CD2 touched me from the first note on I heard of it. It needs quiet atmosphere, but evolves its power as well when played somewhere in the background.
            It will draw your attention whenever it approaches you, your ear, your mind and everything beyond all that. When you open up, it takes you, it calms you, it carries you, it bears you, it reminds you ... until you feel... safe? Heard? Understood? Home?
            Enjoy these sounds alone or with someone you feel linked to in whatever way. Join as two, cry as one and go on living with something deep in you, which you thought you have forgotten about,
            now growing ...
            • a-parasite's avatar
              a-parasite
              When I first got this about ten days ago, it sounded flat, with little appeal, not the sweeping emotional upheaval I'd come to expect from Richter. Then I figured out what the problem was: me. I was trying to listen to it as one would any normal album. This is not any normal album. The answer's in the title. It runs to 8 hours. When you lay you down at night, turn the volume down to just-audible and press play, then see what happens. The magic will reveal itself, in your dreams, in the liminal twilight between mind, dreams and sleep, conscious and subconscious. Then you will wake up as Dream 0 (Till Break of Day) enters its sublime final phase, and it will all become clear, and you will not be able to stop the dewy morning tears from rolling down your cheeks, from duct to pillow. Now I play it every night, and even have time for yoga at dawn before it ends. MasterMasterpiece.

              We are in an age in which art, and therefore language, and therefore the world itself, is finally reaching new ways, new codes, new horizons. Max Richter's 'Sleep' is one such artefact.
              • Dotflac's avatar
                Dotflac
                Can someone tell if the CD tracks have fade in and out at the beginning and the end of each of them ? I can't rip Blu-rays and would have been interested to rip the CDs, but if it doesn't provide a continuous audio experience in the end, it might not be worth it.

                Thanks for your upcoming answers !

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