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    Deeper Than SpaceEarth Rise

    Label:Flask – flask SR9344, Flask – SR 9343
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Downtempo, Ambient, Acid

    Tracklist

    1Sunrise4:26
    2Spaceship Melody
    Featuring [With]Dreams Without Number
    20:30
    3Earthrise6:48
    4Oracle Orca17:59
    5Deeper Than Love13:23
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    Credits

    • Written-By [Collaboration With]Darren Cutlip* (tracks: 2)
    • Written-By [Conceived, Channelled], Performer [Performed By]Adam Douglas

    Notes

    All music conceived, channeled and performed by Adam Douglas except Spaceship Melody which was the result of a collaboration with Darren Cutlip.

    Recorded at home August 1993.

    In Germany: Hyperium.
    SR 9343 ℗ 1993 Silent Records - Made in Canada.

    Catalog numbers:
    Spine and matrix: SR9344
    Back insert: SR 9343

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 7 53443 93442 4
    • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DISQUE AMERIC 02UZ1<236>SR9344

    Reviews

    palodde's avatar
    palodde
    Does your version sounds completely mono? Pity - I really like this record
    Ninja6485's avatar
    Ninja6485
    This album begins like the Heavenly Music Corporation, but ends more like Arial Service Area 2 150 gram space weight, before taking a brief turn back into Silent territory as deeper than Love heads toward the 10 minute mark. The end of the album is my favorite part, especially Oracle Orca. Space Ship Melody is about 10 minutes worth of material in a 20 minute song.

    The inside of the album reads: "recorded at home in 1993," and it sounds like it. The album is practically all mids, with very little energy in the high or low frequencies. It comes across a little stuffy, a little honky, and perhaps a little boxy at times, which is the albums largest drawback. It's by no means unlistenable, but it does sound like they released a demo.

    That being said, it's not a bad demo. You get space, cetaceans, TB-303, and Lunar Phase style bird-related field recordings. If you like Arial Service Area or H.M.C, and you're looking for some obscure odds and ends to expand your collection, this might be one to go after.
    Articuno's avatar
    Articuno
    Spaceship Melody is a very great track that I'll never tire of listening to. Nothing else by these artists is really noteworthy, but this track alone is well worth it.