Angel Theory ‎– Last Man Alive / Empty Worlds

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Nohorizon Recordings ‎– none
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Tracklist

Last Man Alive
1-1 King Of Nothing 6:16
1-2 The Sound Of Waves 5:14
1-3 Last Man Alive 4:56
1-4 Nothing's Changed 4:29
1-5 Hurricane 5:12
1-6 The Quiet Earth 7:09
1-7 Running (Standing Still) 5:17
1-8 Light In The Darkness 4:56
1-9 Displaced 4:42
1-10 A Drowning Man 5:31
Empty Worlds
2-1 Forgotten 5:38
2-2 Under Suns 6:28
2-3 I Have No Name 5:21
2-4 Survived Another Day 5:42
2-5 Still Here 5:48
2-6 Distance 6:07
2-7 Endless 6:08
2-8 White Light 5:07
2-9 Somewhere It Is Night 6:09
2-10 Gone Forever 5:24

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Limited edition of 100 copies in a 6-panel gatefold Digipak.

C+P Nohorizons Recordings 2018

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 9 345195 010610

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title  (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Angel Theory Empty Worlds(10xFile, AIFF, Album) Nohorizon Recordings none Australia 2018
none Angel Theory Last Man Alive(10xFile, AIFF, Album) Nohorizon Recordings none Australia 2018
none Angel Theory Last Man Alive / Empty Worlds(20xFile, AIFF, Album, Comp) Nohorizon Recordings none Australia 2018

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Maestrinho

Maestrinho

October 31, 2018
edited 8 months ago
This is two rather different digital albums merged for a CD release. The first 10 tracks ("Last Man Alive") represent Angel Theory's traditional brand of soft EBM, whereas the last 10 tracks ("Empty Worlds") are instrumental soundtracks.

I personally don't care for the second part, and so my rating only reflects the first half of this release (seing as that would count a proper album onto itself). Now, it's certainly not one of Mr Fenech's better releases either (please try out "Psychonaut", if you haven't already); rather slow and monotonous with too little urgency and passion. By no means bad, but not particularly interesting either. My favourite track here would be "Sound of Waves", which is quintessential Angel Theory at its best; whispered vocals over a supporting beat that ascends to a more upbeat chorus with creeping strings. Still, one good song doesn't salvage the rest of the album from mediocrity.