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Aurora

by Computer Weekend

Ambient, synth-driven Jarre/Vangelis/Tangerine Dream-esque album; strong themes, with subtle synth undertones.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Aurora
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2. Kuiper Belt
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3. Lights in the Outback
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4. Cumulonimbus
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5. The Glade
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6. Transcontinental
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7. To the Arctic Ocean
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8. Nocturne
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9. Solitude
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Inspired by the electronic landscapes of Jean Michel Jarre and Tangerine Dream in the 1980s, coupled with the large, orchestral soundtracks of Vangelis, the album brings these elements together, flowing continuously from the opening synth pulses of the title track; the relentless, upbeat bass of 'Kuiper Belt'; the pounding ethnic drums of 'Lights in the Outback'; the sweeping soundscapes of 'Cumulonimbus' and 'The Glade'; 'Transcontinental' with its driving undertones, leading to the shoreline, and 'To the Arctic Ocean'. The subtle, moody piano, strings and choir of 'Nocturne', on to the poignant, melancholy cello and violin of 'Solitude', underpinned with rhythmic synth layers.

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