Escherichia sums this CD nicely. Overall a pleasant experience listening to this. Though tracks 6 and 8 are more on the generic side. The track that stood the most for me was "Alluminium Light" It's a crossover between Trance. New Age and Ambient. The main melody in this track is absolutely Gorgeous. A little Moogesque. The main track "I Believe In Dreams" is good though doesn't benefit much from it's long duration. For the measly one Euro I spent on this, quite good overall. "Alluminium Light" is easily worth tracking this very obscure release down.
This album is a hidden gem. I stumbled on it while browsing Discogs, sampled it through iTunes, and quickly snapped up a cheap copy on Amazon. It's a blissful trip into ambient downtempo that to my ear recalls not only the Golden Age of 90s ambient, but also draws influence from EM (notably on "Alluminium Night") and the serene qualities of New Age (notably via the piano lines, as on “Think”). Personally, that’s a winning formula, but it should be noted that the New Age elements might overshadow the other aspects for some.
Almost every track features prominent rhythms, so don’t be fooled by the lone “Ambient” tag here on Discogs. Most importantly for me, though, each track has a distinct melodic hook, meaning every one stands out in one way or another. Favourites are “I Believe In Dreams,” “Alluminium Night,” “Yellow Light,” and “88.”
If you’re into any of the aforementioned styles, do yourself a favour by finding some samples of this online to be sure it's up your alley. By the looks of things it can be purchased fairly cheaply these days, too, so if you like it grab it while you can.
Note: this album was also released as "Space Experience" on ZYX Music.