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by revideolized

Darkwave Electro
Genre: New Age: New Age
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1. Too Deep For Dreams
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2. The Deja-Vu Mirror
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3. Lost In Obscurity
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4. Phenomenon
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5. Sounds From Out There
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6. Not So Fast
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7. Ghost Voices
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8. Paradox
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Album Notes
'TheMooNDrveNDark' is the second full length album from The Rose Phantom's revideolized project.

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Composed, Arranged, Produced, Mixed & Mastered
By: Ted Newsom (The Rose Phantom)

Tracks 1, 2 & 8 Co-produced & Co-mixed
By: Zakkary Hale

Additional musicians:
Zakkary Hale (Guitars on tracks 1, 2 & 3/Bass guitar on track 8)
Andrew Hopkins (Percussion on tracks 1 & 2)

The Rose Phantom performed on the following keyboards/synthesizers:
Yamaha Motif 6, Yamaha PSR 280, E-MU UltraProteus, microKorg, Korg Poly-800 II, Roland-SH-1000

Drums & Drum Programming
By: Ted Newsom (The Rose Phantom)

Recorded August-October 2006


to write a review

Ryan Michael Painter (SLUG Magazine)

revideolized = Recoil Hydrology + Progressive Rock
Electronic music in its purest form is by nature experimental. It isn't just about creating a great melody, it's about manipulating sounds that by right have no place in a musical structure and turning that chaos into a memorable tune. With The Moon Driven Dark,Reviodeolized (Ted Newsom aka The Rose Phantom) plays homage to 80s synthpop curators Depeche Mode, Thomas Dolby, Alphaville and Gary Numan while also tipping his cap to the likes of Brian Eno, Klaus Schultz and Jean Michael Jarre. To that end he is not only effective he's also quite inventive, if not completely original. In fact The Moon Driven Dark only stumbles when Newsom becomes reluctant to let a song end and strays into noodle guitar solos (albeit the solo is often played on one of his many synthesizers). Most noteably on "The Deja-Vu Mirror" (Van Halen would either be proud of offended) and the epic soundscape of "Lost In Obscurity" (blemished by what sounds like one of David Gilmour's lesser solos). So maybe it's not Kraftwerk or the Art of Noise, but it is pretty impressive.


A Masterpiece!! Plain & simple.
For my birthday I received an iPod Shuffle already loaded. As I listened I discovered Deep Purple, Dream Theater, Winger, Melodramus and unique instrumental tracks that I didn't know. Those tracks turned out to be -revideolized- and his new work TheMooNDriveNDark. This stuff is fantastic no matter what your taste in music is. Intermingled with the above bands it Rocked. When I played it at a lower volume next to my bed, I quickly went into a trance and zonked right out. I can read to it or hop on the treadmill(I usually play metal). It is the most multi-purpose piece of music I have ever listened to. Truely a Masterpiece! The music clamps onto your Soul and won't let go. One friend claims to play better tennis after listening and another says his video game scores are better when listening to -revideolized-. I believe it! The CD is touted as New-Age Darkwave, which it may be. If you are a Jean Michel Jarre fan, you will love this. Or Alphaville, The Frozen Autumn or Red Flag. But in my opinion this music crosses all genre barriers and at the same time is in a class of its own- perhaps mutant or chameleon music, because whatever mood you are in or need to be in, the music adapts itself to fit the bill. Be the first in your group to own this work of art, because soon everyone will want one and you will be the one that turned them on to-

Matthew J.

Grave Concerns cd review
The music of Revideolized is progressive, experimental, and electronic, but with a different approach that owes less to the psychedelic synthesizer compositions of the Legendary Pink Dots or Christus and The Cosmonaughts than to the original experimental rock pioneers of the '70s, with just a hint of synthpop thrown in for flavor. "Too Deep for Dreams" and "The Deja-Vu Mirror" in particular are rather like some crazy team-up between Pink Floyd and New Order, with dreamlike guitar solos playing in and out of moody electronic beats and ambient analog synths. "Lost in Obscurity" is deeper in scope, starting off with didgeridoos and ringing dark synth textures in the vein of Robert Rich, then giving way to deep pianos and down-tempo grooves, and "Phenomenon" is reminiscent of a less tribal Delerium. "Sounds from Out There" and "Not So Fast" are old-school space trips, with science fiction synths and deep piano chords, while "Ghost Voices" is appropriately eerie, with an otherworldly keyboard line that recalls the theme music from "The X-Files." Revideolized has occasionally been categorized as New Age music, so some of this might be a bit on the soft side for some, but the New Age elements that are present hearken back to the psychedelic futurism of the genre's early composers, like Vangelis and Tangerine Dream, rather than the saccharine silliness of artists like Yanni. Although the guitar solos alone are enough to turn off electronic purists, fans of progressive rock as well as melodic downtempo ought to enjoy this one.


Just look at all those 5 star reviews!!!

stop thinking, just buy this amzing CD

Sean Hunt

This CD is the best for just sitting back and relaxing no matter what kind of mu
TheMooNDriveNDark is the second Album by Revideolized and one of the most amazing journeys you will ever go on, listening to this CD from begining to end will make you feel like you have left the planet and lost in the music. This CD is great for just sitting back in a dark room with your eyes closed and just relaxing and is great no matter what kind of music you like.

Cheeseburger In Paradise

Are you ready?!
Are you ready to take a journey that will take you beyond time and space? Are you ready to clear your mind and let the music be in control? Welcome to TheMooNDriveNDark! Your guide...The Rose Phantom, and he is about to take you on an amazing journey that transcends time and space. The songs on this disc are brilliant pure and simple. The sophmore effort from Revideolized shows an obvious evolution from the excellent debut CD. The Rose Phantom begins your Journey with the soothing "Too Deep For Dreams" and then quickly changes gear for the standout track of the album "The Deja-Vu Mirror" and then we know... that we are in for one hell of a ride! Then your journey will take you through the hypnotizing "Lost In Obscurity" and you'll get lost in the sounds of "Phenomenon" while trying to figure out where you are as you experience "Sounds From Out There" and The Rose Phantom isn't done yet! He will throw you right into "Not So Fast" and you'll hear the mysterious and haunting "Ghost Voices" and he will end your journey with "Paradox". After your journey ends you will ask yourself "What Was That?!, Was It Real?" You'll feel the need and desire to take the journey again with your eyes closed and The Rose Phantom leading the way. Welcome to TheMooNDriveNDark!

Veronica Olson

I'm not so good with words like these others. But I wanted to at least say that I love the cd, The Rose Phantom's videos and his style!

It's hard to stick with one favorite as he makes it so hard to choose, each one takes its turn being the best!