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Various - Satellite Cities album download

Performer:

Various

Title:

Satellite Cities

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

1937 mb

Other music formats:

MP2 WAV MPC DXD AIFF AUD WMA

Rating:

4.2 ✱

Style:

House, IDM, Electro

Country:

US

Date of release:

2001

Various - Satellite Cities album download

Tracklist

A1 Rick Simpson The Modern Mind
A2 D-Ram The Helgramite
A3 Plastic Sleeves Plastic Memories
B1 Dfd Pg
B2 Convextion Overproof

Credits

  • Mastered By – Ron Murphy

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
dL004 Various Satellite Cities ‎(12", W/Lbl) Down Low Music dL004 US 2001
dL-004 Various Satellite Cities ‎(12", Gre) Down Low Music dL-004 US 2001



Various ‎– Satellite Cities. Style: House, IDM, Electro. Perfect electronic music. Remarkable is that the most emotional and professional Electrotracks like . The Helgramite" are from absolute unknown Artists. The seldom green Vinyl pressing, the mysterious Name of the EP in combination with the Knowledge that Ron Murphy kicked the Sound with his Mastering and Cutting experiences to "high end" quality, makes me scared. This is ulture at its best! Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

The album starts as gently - with melodic bells - as an old King Crimson album, and the lyric sketches a portrait of a city collapsing and a love - despite the destruction - that will not die. The sum total effect of "Seven Winged Lions," however, is not depressing, but ethereal as the soaring vocal joins the ascending melody. In effect, this is the pattern that Via Satellite follows throughout Cities Are Temples

This group is comprised of San Diego scene veterans DREW ANDREWS & TIM REECE of the ALBUM LEAF, and SCOTT MERCADO (the mastermind behind MANUOK). Genre: Electronic: Ambient. We'll ship when it's back in stock.

Listen free to via satellite – Cities are Temples (seven winged lions, sunrise and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Overview (current section).

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Please read the guidelines for writing and maintaining articles. Is this the same man seen inside the booklet of Dead Cities, the music video in My Kingdom, and I believe in the drowning sequence of the music video for Amoeba? - -I am not good at running 22:58, 22 May 2006 (UTC).

Create new. Name is required. Untitled from Satellite Cities. Satellite Cities, 2001. Untitled (Brilliant Red Digital Breakup Lights), from Green Zone, 2004. Untitled, (Flood, black triangle), from Green Zone, 2004.

Haracetys
Can we please get a repress of this beauty of a record?!
Cordantrius
Dfd's track (Troy Anderson alias) is probably one of the finest ambient electro track I've ever heard. Inspiring, evolving and deep complexity that keeps an incontestable club tension
digytal soul
Phew! This is one great record! There's been a lot of "retro" electro over the years but the tracks on this all seem to incorporate some recognizable elements but remain overall contemporary/not tied to any specific time, unique, and original. This really stands out to me as a truly great work. Can anyone provide any other artists, DJs, or labels that have a comparable raw/original electro sound?
Soustil
listen to james stinson and all his aliases . . .
Longitude Temporary
Perfect electronic music. Remarkable is that the most emotional and professional Electrotracks like e.g. "The Helgramite" are from absolute unknown Artists. The seldom green Vinyl pressing, the mysterious Name of the EP in combination with the Knowledge that Ron Murphy kicked the Sound with his Mastering and Cutting experiences to "high end" quality, makes me scared. This is Detroit-Electronic-Culture at its best!

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