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    AstralasiaCluster Of Waves

    Label:Voiceprint – VP426CD
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Rock
    Style:Dub, Psychedelic Rock, Ambient

    Tracklist

    1Deadly Virture
    Written-ByThomasson*, House*
    6:47
    2Searching
    Vocals [Vocal Sample]Angela Johns
    Written-ByJohns*, House*
    6:58
    3Ashra Rising
    Written-ByBoulton*, Thomasson*
    5:26
    4Oh! Israel
    Vocals [Vocal Sample]Rachel Miller
    Written-ByBoulton*, House*
    10:30
    5Peace And Love
    Written-ByHouse*
    7:51
    6Cluster Of Waves At The Devilles Bridge
    Written-ByHouse*
    6:11
    7Lost On A Horizon
    KeyboardsPaul Chousmer
    Written-ByChousmer*
    11:09
    8Til Morning Comes
    VocalsLou Palmer
    Written-ByPalmer*
    4:03
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    Recorded 2006 at the Dairy Kernow.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 6 04388 32772 0
    • Barcode (Scanned): 604388327720
    • Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn Ltd VP 426CD
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L135
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04AA
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0414

    Reviews

    fabriknos's avatar
    fabriknos
    Edited 11 years ago
    Cluster Of Waves follows in the footsteps of Astralasia's previous full length, Away With The Faeries; a lush, free flowing style of ambient dub with lots of psychedelic rock influence, found in electric guitar, occasional live drums and jam band improvisation. While perhaps not as hypnotic as earlier ambient output, it is certainly more accomplished in terms of production and retains a nostalgic feeling with the old 90s synth sounds and live jamming. Ashra Rising is especially good - a kind of modern "progressive dub" if there were such a thing. Not a big fan of the proggy tracks like Oh! Israel and Peace And Love, but I'm glad Astralasia continues to explore the further reaches of this genre because no one else is really doing it. 4/5