|1||Memory Table Part. 1||2:12|
|2||Memory Table Part. 2 (Discolight)||3:45|
|4||Overture, In A World Without Light||2:30|
|7||Rise Of Gabriel||6:57|
|9||A Head Full Of Scars (Monkeywork)||3:41|
|11||The River Styx||2:15|
|12||The Neverending Nothing||4:54|
- Design –
This is a unreleased album by Secede, which was supposed to be released on Neo Ouija in 2005 but was then cancelled by Secede himself shortly before its release...
- why did secede cancel this?!?! it's so good. i'm glad it's on soulseek, in any case.
- Edited 3 years agoThis album is my favourite from Secede. It sounds very dusty (in a good way), with the dark romantic side of Bye Bye Gridlock Traffic and the spiritual one of Tryshasla. I even have an impression of perfect coherence, because tracks with a beat are not so uptempo so they are perfectly mixed with other ambiant pieces. I really wonder why this album was cancelled. (Just for your information, the last seconds of the last track from Silent Flower Observers are actually the first seconds of Tryshasla. No doubt that this treasure was made between BBGT and Tryshala. It may explain the reason why I feel SFO as the perfect synthesis of his 2 released masterpieces).
- Lennard has cancelled this album for many reasons (that I don't know). By the way, I've had the opportunity to listen to it, and all that I can say is that it was, actually, a strong album.
Of course, not as magic as Tryshasla, but definitely a unique ambient music. I prefer it to Vega Libre to tell you the truth.
You need to listen to SFO several times to get into it totally.
And, as for his brother Tryshasla, the impression of unity grows up. You don't skip the tracks because it's a real tale, not just a collection of tracks.
The elixir is made of shy acoustic guitar, distant pianos and voice sampling, beautiful pads, and the result is a dream within a dream.
Special love to Rise Of Gabriel which is absolutely stunning, with a very minimalist and shy singing.
9/10 for this ghost album