Luke Parkin | EST.MMIX  2.0

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EST.MMIX 2.0

by Luke Parkin

Revised from the original 2009 release EST. MMIX 2.0 features three additional tracks.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. Coming Up for Air
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2. Dies Irae
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3. Serenus
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2:54 $0.99
4. Paradise Lost
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5. Fortis Novus Universitas
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6. Evolution Jumptime
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7. The Gathering Storm
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8. Fade to Black
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9. Time Folds In
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10. Everybody Ends
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11. Paradise Found
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12. Clarion Call
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13. Gate of Heaven
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Described by the composer as one of the most maddening collections he's ever assembled, EST MMIX withstood three producers, two re-writes, one re-release and four years of generalized anxiety "for no good reason whatever" he writes. Parkin becomes piqued in detailing the before, during and after record realities when writing that it was "the biggest albatross around my neck imaginable. "There were simply too many chiefs and not enough Indians on the production."

Parkin says that It wasn't until it was handed back to him from his former record label and that he had full self-editing control away from the original team that he became at peace to the extent that he could comfortably finesse the difference and re-deploy the record with his own aesthetic in mind.


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