O' Chancey | The Other Shores

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The Other Shores

by O' Chancey

This album is influenced by a variation of sounds and styles, classical and metal to piano and power synths, creating a flowing story of music.
Genre: Electronic: Virtual Orchestra
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mayflower
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5:42 album only
2. Atlantis (Gan 'Edhen)
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4:34 album only
3. Colours (Jacob's Ladder)
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6:53 album only
4. Noah (Tell No Tales)
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5:17 album only
5. Galágapos (Ramum Olivae)
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2:49 album only
6. Theophany (Whispers No Longer, Chains Be Broken, Throw Down Your Raincoats)
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8:51 album only
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
We wrote “Mayflower” for Winterfest over a year ago. Originally we set out to write a
single theme song for an event. We ended up loving the sound so much that we decided
to explore new territory in music, furthering the ideas and movements of “Mayflower.” Thus we
found ourselves on “other shores” of the music world... and that’s why you’re holding this album,
“The Other Shores.”

Most would see six songs on a CD and think it to be an EP, but “The Other Shores” is not
an EP (extended play). We call it an “album” intentionally. And though its sound does not originate
from “Hymns and Hopes for the Cursed and the Blessed,” a water theme is carried
into this album. We have a story to tell and “The Other Shores,” while entirely different in
approach and sound, is just as much a part of that story as “Hymns and Hopes.”

There are many other songs we are excited to share in future projects that fit into the vain
of neither “Hymns and Hopes” nor “The Other Shores,” so stay tuned. But our hope would be
that this album would inspire you and your ears in news ways. Enjoy.


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