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Heart Of Gold

ENDGAME

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Auricle AMCDR 099 7.00
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duration: 73'41"

1. Nautilus 7'43"
2. Event Horizon 11'18"
3. Nostromo 18'26"
4. C-57D 3'12"
5. The Lexx 4'50"
6. Heart Of Gold 12'5"
7. Moya 6'44"
8. NCC 1701-D 8'22"

Recorded at Tachyon Studio (11 December 2002).
Original mix by Jim Tetlow in Elmsthorpe.
Editing and remix by Alan Freeman at Tachyon Studio (12 March 2007).

Alan Freeman: synths, guitar, voice, loops, gadgets, etc.
Jim Tetlow: Sound Canvas, voice, acoustic CD, loops, etc.
Steve Freeman: synths, bass, voice, tapes, loops, turntable, etc.

review...
Ever unpredictable, Endgame slipped through a time-warp into another dimension with this one. By chance the sessions had a deep vibe, an other-worldly essence and an almost filmatic quality about them. Retro electronics meeting futuristic tonalities, with results that work on many different listening levels. Perfect for a concept album then dedicated to some of our favourite sci-fi series and movies. Quite out of character for Endgame of this era really. From the submersible Nautilus, venture on - take a trip to the Forbidden Planet with the C-57D - to everywhere in time and space in an instance via the Heart Of Gold! Another one of those ideal starters for fans of the more "cosmic" end of Endgame.

Versions...
CD-R - released 4/2007.
CD-R second edition - released 2010.
CD-R third edition - released 2014.
Bandcamp download - released 1/6/2017.




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