Squonk Opera | Astro-rama

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Astro-rama

by Squonk Opera

A selection of exquisite tracks from Astro-rama, Squonk Opera's space-age spectacular. Mesmerizing progressive and post-rock soundscapes, soaring vocals, crystalline electronics. Phillip Glass rocking out with David Bowie in a space shuttle.
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. The Conspiracy
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2. Recent Anomalies
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3. Party Earth
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3:04 $0.99
4. The Message
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5. Searching
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6. Orbiting
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7. Going Manual
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8. Intergalactic Transmission
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Squonk Opera are of of America's most innovative and long-standing multi-media musical theatre troupes. This is a selection of songs from their space age spectacular Astro-rama, a show they developed with NASA and SETI. The album features mesmerizing progressive and post-rock soundscapes, and soaring vocals that echo through deep space and crystalline electronics.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette chose the show as one of the most memorable musical moments of 2008, said “the visuals were outstanding and Squonk's progressive-rock was transcendent.”


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