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Kaito - Hundred Million Love Years FLAC album

Tracklist

Color Of Feels 8:02
Hundred Million Light Years 7:46
Nobody Could Be Alone 9:42
We Were Born Here 7:58
Holding A Baby 7:30
Your Brilliant Flowers 6:17
The Universe 7:29
Soul Of Heart 11:18

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KOMPAKT CD 53 Kaito Hundred Million Love Years ‎(CD, Album) Kompakt KOMPAKT CD 53 Germany 2006
KOMCD53 Kaito Hundred Million Love Years ‎(9xFile, AIFF) Kompakt KOMCD53 Germany 2006
KOMCD53 Kaito Hundred Million Love Years ‎(9xFile, MP3, 320) Kompakt KOMCD53 Germany 2006
KOMPAKTCD53 Kaito Hundred Million Love Years ‎(9xFile, WAV) Kompakt KOMPAKTCD53 Germany 2006
KOM 143 Kaito Hundred Million Love Years ‎(LP) Kompakt KOM 143 Germany 2006
KOM 143 Kaito Hundred Million Love Years ‎(LP, Promo, W/Lbl) Kompakt KOM 143 Germany 2006


Kaito - Hundred Million Love Years FLAC album

Musician performer: Kaito

Title: Hundred Million Love Years

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2006

Style: Minimal, Ambient

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1181 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 409

Other Formats: MMF WMA MP2 DTS MPC MMF TTA

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Dagdage
If Kaito's _Hundred Million Light Years_ was cemented to the ground by its rhythms, then _Hundred Million Love Years_ has been completely unmoored from its surroundings an drifts effortlessly into your consciousness. The removal of the beats allows the expanded tones to linger more than before, even as it also, unfortunately, reveals some synth pads that border on cheesy -- like on "Nobody Could Be Alone." But for the most part, the music feels seamless and undistracting. The previously frenetic "Holding a Baby" becomes a meditation; "The Universe" passes by not on hyperspace, but on languidspace. The new track, "Soul of Heart" may sound like a tautology, but there's nothing redundant on the track. The move from light to love was brilliant.
Dagdage
If Kaito's _Hundred Million Light Years_ was cemented to the ground by its rhythms, then _Hundred Million Love Years_ has been completely unmoored from its surroundings an drifts effortlessly into your consciousness. The removal of the beats allows the expanded tones to linger more than before, even as it also, unfortunately, reveals some synth pads that border on cheesy -- like on "Nobody Could Be Alone." But for the most part, the music feels seamless and undistracting. The previously frenetic "Holding a Baby" becomes a meditation; "The Universe" passes by not on hyperspace, but on languidspace. The new track, "Soul of Heart" may sound like a tautology, but there's nothing redundant on the track. The move from light to love was brilliant.
Qumen
Another breathtaking release from Kaito. As previously accomplished with his full lengths "Special Life" and "Special Love", Hiroshi Watanabe aka Kaito now presents "Hundred Million Love Years", the beatless accompaniment to his acclaimed full length "Hundred Million Light Years". Another dimension to his music is unveiled with the removal of percussion. His songs expand and bring the cerebral euphoria that he celebrates in his music to a dramatically different context from his renowned, beat-laden output, however, equally as satisfying. From the oscillating oceanic wash on "Nobody Could Be Alone" that gently mingles with your tangerine dreams, to the the strobe lit vibrations of "The Universe" that impregnates your soul with joy, and the out of orbit rhythmic arpeggiations of the album climax "Soul of Heart", Kaito is here to take you on a mystical journey of orchestral waves. A consellation of flawlessly crafted minimalism in its truest form.
Qumen
Another breathtaking release from Kaito. As previously accomplished with his full lengths "Special Life" and "Special Love", Hiroshi Watanabe aka Kaito now presents "Hundred Million Love Years", the beatless accompaniment to his acclaimed full length "Hundred Million Light Years". Another dimension to his music is unveiled with the removal of percussion. His songs expand and bring the cerebral euphoria that he celebrates in his music to a dramatically different context from his renowned, beat-laden output, however, equally as satisfying. From the oscillating oceanic wash on "Nobody Could Be Alone" that gently mingles with your tangerine dreams, to the the strobe lit vibrations of "The Universe" that impregnates your soul with joy, and the out of orbit rhythmic arpeggiations of the album climax "Soul of Heart", Kaito is here to take you on a mystical journey of orchestral waves. A consellation of flawlessly crafted minimalism in its truest form.