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Singularity

by True Leap

The group's debut album, Singularity, is a head-on collision of the classic Hollywood orchestra sound with today's heavy electronic influences. This album features all new music from composers Cameron Chambers and Armand Rabanal.
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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1. Time and Space
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2. The Third Law
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3. Between Two Worlds
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4. Precog
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1:45 $1.29
5. Singularity
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6. Transferred Subconscious
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2:28 $1.29
7. Hellion
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8. A Symbol
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9. Final Trial
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10. Assimilate
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11. Night Terror
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12. Start Running
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13. Veil of Silence
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14. Transcendence
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Album Notes
True Leap's debut album, "Singularity," is a head-on collision of the classic Hollywood orchestra sound with today's heavy electronic influences. The interweaving of glass-like strings and gritty, in-your-face synths creates an inescapable emotional response. "Singularity" covers a huge dynamic spectrum. Tracks like 'Between Two Worlds' and 'Precog' highlight the album's high-octane attitude, while tracks such as 'Final Trial' and 'A Symbol' bring rich, elemental drama into view.


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