The Astral Stereo Project | Cassiopeia

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Cassiopeia

by The Astral Stereo Project

Debut album featuring a retro sci-fi synth sound with a touch of melancholy. Influences include Electric Light Orchestra, Rockets, Giorgio Moroder & sci-fi TV and films of the late 70s and early 80s.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Orsus
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2. Far Far Away
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3. Starlight80
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4. Steam Room Boogie
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5. Ursa Major
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6. Romu Verdi Incident
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7. Runaway
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8. Awakening
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9. Cassiopeia Forever
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Cassiopeia, a debut album by The Astral Stereo Project.

Since I was a kid I have always recorded music because I love doing it. I have made lots of albums that will never see the light of day and almost all had a concept or idea behind them.
I find albums like that more rewarding and especially to record as it feels like nine tracks that make a whole.

Cassiopeia was an idea that came to me when getting into that whole late 70s early 80s era, its sci-fi tv shows, films and music.

I have an old fashioned approach to the idea of an 'album' - I remember looking at vinyl covers and wondering what the music was like behind the cover - ELO spring to mind with Out of the Blue which had a space ship on the front and music to match.

It was a joy working on this project - I hope you like it.





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