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Exogenesis

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Exogenesis is a studio album by Brazilian composer and keyboard player Eloy Fritsch. The tenth Eloy Fritsch CD brings Exogenesis Suite in four movements inspired by the genesis of the universe. In addition to this suite the CD contains more eight individual tracks. Joining the symphonic and electronic, but without forgetting the ethnic instruments and the voices, the composer of new age music uses high technology in the service of emotions to create great compositions. The CD cover and blooket images were created by European artists specializing in science fiction illustrations Maciej Rebisz and Mirek Drozd and refer to the creation of the cosmos and the existence of other life forms.


Track Listings:
    1 "Gaia"
    2 "Neutron Star"
    3 "Sunshine"
    4 "Exogenesis Part I"
    5 "Exogenesis Part II"
    6 "Exogenesis Part III"
    7 "Exogenesis Part IV"
    8 "Mayan Temple"
    9 "Far above the Clouds"
    10 "Moonwalk"
    11 "The Ice Sea of Enceladus"
    12 "New Dawn"
    13 "The Immensity of the Cosmic Ocean"
Total Time: 60
Artist Name(s):
Eloy Fritsch
Producer(s):
Eloy Fritsch
Release Year: 2012
Style:
Space Rock, Symphonic, Synth-Pop
Album Type:
Studio
Formats:
Compact Disc
Cover & Packge Design:
Maciej Rebisz and Mirek Drozd
Engineer(s): Marcos Abreu
Label / Publishing
Label Name:
Musea Dreaming
Catalog Number(s):
DR8485
Location:
Brazil
Distributor(s):
Musea Dreaming
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