Flux Echoes

by Brendan Pollard

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Felix Perez
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Felix Perez if you like Ricochet or Encore, you must hear this and very nice Mellotron' harmony
simon lilly
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simon lilly fantastic Berlin style music reminiscent of the Tangerine Dream, Ashra and Klaus Schulze perfect soundscape music to drift away to Favorite track: Radiant Transmission (Sample).
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Endogenous This album is the Encore encore?? Every sound and sequence could be from disc 2 (the one that doesn't exist) of the TD live album! This is no bad thing. I love that album and this embodies the flavour and style of a classic sound that few can manage at present. Excellent Favorite track: Radiant Transmission (Sample).
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***Note: This is a 4 track album, around 70 mins in length. Only track samples are viewable - the full album tracks will appear as a bonus when you purchase the album (which is why it says 8 tracks not 4). Cover artwork is included.

If there was a better EM album in 2007, it doesn't immediately spring to mind. This album effectively delivers the long lost sides 5 & 6 (& 7;-) to Tangerine Dream's 'Encore'. The mellotron soars, the sequences flow and captivate, the sound is completely authentic.

The fact that the mellotron racks employed are some of those used by TD themselves helps of course. But it takes a lot more than that to create such an album. You can tell this album took a lot of work to complete. No stone is left unturned, every sound is manipulated to perfection. And the results are so very worth it. (GG)

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released July 1, 2007

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