Of course, you think about JMJ’s Oxygen (1978) when listening to it. It is like someone took sounds from Oxygen, recombined them and created new compositions. It is beautiful, windy and nostalgic. I love this album very much as it brings new things in old-synth-fashioned way. Thank you!
Favorite track: 248 Years.
Originally released in 2010 by Static Caravan. Cassette release by VCO Recordings. US vinyl re-issue by Dangerous Age.
released August 9, 2011
Steve Moore played the following instruments: Arp Solus, Crumar Orchestrator, Dave Smith Prophet 08, Elka Rhapsody, Gforce M-tron, Korg Polysix, Mfb-502 Drumcomputer, Roland Compurhythm Cr-78, Sequential Circuits Pro One & Prophet 600, Sound Lab Mini Synth Plus, Univox Sr-55 & Sr-95 Super Rhythmer
supported by 24 fans who also own “Primitive Neural Pathways”
The whole album is stellar, but this track really outdoes itself for the poly-rhythmic sequencing - or maybe it's not poly-rhythmic, maybe the whole song is just some sort of happy sequential accident. It's the only pleasance on an otherwise brooding album. o77O0O77o