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PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:09 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

re- Software, Heaven to Hell (1995)

I can't really recommend anything by Software but I suggest you download their albums (as mp3s) so you can make a much more educated choice of what you like and/or what to buy.

I listened to Heaven and Hell last night. Not bad. But its pretty typical of alot of New Age EM. It has a certain amount of "deepness" to it. Very cinematic, like a soundtrack to a medieval movie. I heard chants, flutes, etc blended into an atmospheric work.
I haven't listened to the other Software/Pete M albums in years. If I had to rate this one I would say it's one or their best.

p.s. New Age elements in music can give the music a deeper meaning which adds to the overall sound. It's usually ALOT better than so called musicians who just sound like their trying to be the next TD, Jarre, etc.

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The Glimmer Room > Everyday I die for your Body
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Hugh Le Caine – Compositions Demonstrations 1946-1974

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Hugh Le Caine – Compositions Demonstrations 1946-1974
Label:Electronic Music Foundation
Catalog#:EMF CD 115
Format:CD
Country:US
Released:1999
Genre:Electronic
Style:Modern Classical, Experimental

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