A Blue Ocean Dream | On the Road to Wisdom

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On the Road to Wisdom

by A Blue Ocean Dream

A Blue Ocean Dream plays crisp, robotic, melodic yet mechanical music with alluring male vocals mixing man and machine.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. People Unite
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2. Automatic
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3. Musiq Roboter
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4. On a Sunny Day
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5. Cold
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6. Fall Down
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7. Computerized
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8. Down to Vegas
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9. Are You OK?
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10. Streets of Monaco
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11. OOTW (Robot Version)
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12. Road 303
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Album Notes
A Blue Ocean Dream is n one-man-act that builds on the foundation of electronic pop pioneers, Kraftwerk, while adding a modern touch and thoughtful lyricism. Analog synthesizer sounds soar, and catchy electronic hooks pull you in as you experience the music of this synthpop act from Sweden. Synthpop and electro are tied nicely together with "On the Road to Wisdom", and the album will be remembered for years to come.


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Carl Jenkinson / hard-wired ezine

In a perfect world all synthpop would be this good !
If there's ever been a more perfect synthpop track than the opening "People Unite" then I've yet to hear it. The dynamic sequencing & the ultra-infectious effected vocals jel so perfectly that this is the aural equivalent of love at first sight. Of course, you then have the job of following such a masterpiece & while such heights are rarely scaled again there's still not a dull moment to be found here, the excellent tune "Automatic" carries it through with flying colours. Furthermore the more emotive elements that grace "On A Rainy Day" (which also offers further proof of Owe's au naturelle vocal prowess!) & the very personal, downbeat "Fall Down" allow the music's human elements to shine through in an expert manner that also recalls Karl Bartos' recent works. Moreover, this high standard is maintained throughout as the racey (in a manner of speaking!) "Streets Of Monaco" & the smooth closer "Road 303", where the computer voice takes the lead, all ensure this high standard is maintained right up until the very last note. In a perfect world all synthpop would be this good & while some might be put off by the obvious influences I'm enjoying this far too much to even begin to care!!