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Thomas P. Heckmann - The Lost Tales Vol. V FLAC album

Tracklist

1 Dawn Of Human Consciousness 10:40
2 The Burden Of Gravity 8:37
3 Bandpassing Laziness 7:42
4 Introspective Two 3:07
5 Surrealist Frogs 6:18
6 From Here The World Ends 12:08
7 Astraphobia 6:23
8 Room For Words 5:36
9 Be Water My Friend 6:46
10 Timeless Sands 9:22
11 Appendix 2:12

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Carpe Sonum Records
  • Copyright (c) – Carpe Sonum Records
  • Recorded At – Trope
  • Mastered At – Trope Mastering

Credits

  • Layout – Krackmonster Ink.
  • Written-By, Producer, Mastered By – Thomas P. Heckmann

Notes

Thomas P. Heckmann
Mainz 2015-2016

℗ + © 2016 Carpe Sonum Records

Limited to 300 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 7 08527 20172 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 708527201725
  • Matrix / Runout: 17008B1 SEIZE-XXVII (SM1-H10068/6A)
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP50
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI JU17


Thomas P. Heckmann - The Lost Tales Vol. V FLAC album

Musician performer: Thomas P. Heckmann

Title: The Lost Tales Vol. V

Date of release: 2016

Style: Ambient, Berlin-School, Techno, Electro

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1753 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 441

Other Formats: MP2 VQF WAV DXD MOD AC3 MIDI

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From Here The World Ends sounds like its from the Raum album
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A listen that takes you on a journey through an inspiring exciting Si-Fi technology dimension of the obsecure technology past, today's present, and vision of a Si-Fi future. A less Techno-Trance approach then previous excellent sophisticated 'The Lost Tales' albums; though elements and moments of Trance-Techno can still be heard throughout parts of the album but with a more soundtrack science fiction feel in its sound. The album is a very interesting and mind immersive electronic world of music, almost as if it was a soundtrack to a parallel world inspired by 60's-70's science fiction and its then technology. The retro synthister ambient transitions of the past mix with hi-tech Berlin-school/techno/Idm sounds of today, also added with a bit of TD synth like ambient influences that certainly deliver creativity with a sophisticated, hypnotic and a experimental retro/modern tech inspired feel in its music - with each play unravelling more about the album making this a excellent electronic listen from beginning to end. 5/5
Helldor
A listen that takes you on a journey through an inspiring exciting Si-Fi technology dimension of the obsecure technology past, today's present, and vision of a Si-Fi future. A less Techno-Trance approach then previous excellent sophisticated 'The Lost Tales' albums; though elements and moments of Trance-Techno can still be heard throughout parts of the album but with a more soundtrack science fiction feel in its sound. The album is a very interesting and mind immersive electronic world of music, almost as if it was a soundtrack to a parallel world inspired by 60's-70's science fiction and its then technology. The retro synthister ambient transitions of the past mix with hi-tech Berlin-school/techno/Idm sounds of today, also added with a bit of TD synth like ambient influences that certainly deliver creativity with a sophisticated, hypnotic and a experimental retro/modern tech inspired feel in its music - with each play unravelling more about the album making this a excellent electronic listen from beginning to end. 5/5
Doulkree
Thank you for your great review and absolutely agree with you :-)
Doulkree
Thank you for your great review and absolutely agree with you :-)