Ulysses | Eclectic (cdemo)

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Eclectic (cdemo)

by Ulysses

Progressive rock.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Hero for one day
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6:23 album only
2. Disbeliever
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6:40 album only
3. Watching over you
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3:44 album only
4. Digital Dimension
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5. Once in a lifetime
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Album Notes
Recently we (Ulysses) stumbled upon a 'left over' stock of old promotional CD's. This Cdemo 'Eclectic' is infact the record which founded the name Ulysses in the progscene. This promo was recorded and mixed in just two days and the result was great. Eclectic was recorded in September 2001 and in April 2003 the band released the debut album Symbioses (also available at CD Baby). In this period the band distributed several hundreds promo's worldwide to radio stations, magazines and venues etc.

limited edition

There were just 500 copies made in 2001.In the last years we received lots of sales requests for Eclectic and had to disappoint lot of fan, because we did not have any left.

A couple of months ago we dug up the last ones.
So if you would like to get your hands on a 'collectors item' then act soon, Eclectic will not be re-issued.

We will not ask big bucks for them (as you can see) just a small fee for costs and transport.

Have fun and enjoy 'eclectic' (and Symbioses of course)


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