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Heart Of Gold

ENDGAME

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CD-R Auricle AMCDR 099 73'41" CD-R 7.00 + p&p
DL Auricle AMDL 003

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.

First edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/4/2007.
Second edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/?/2010.
Third edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/?/2014.




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