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Allister Brimble: Sounds Digital

(music created by Allister Brimble)

Music info

Released: 01 Dec 1993
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Allister Brimble
Music type: Other
My rating: 9/10
Num of tunes: 11
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: AMBCD1
Play time: 58:57

My info

Very nice slow melodic tunes - some played on guitars, some are electronically made. The album is little bit in Bjorn Lynne's style albums, and there are some of the best Allister Brimble game's tracks (Assassin and Project X) rearranged with new instruments. Though most of the CD contains newly created studio-made instrumental music, you can see that cool Amiga-feel there (well, is it bad or good? :) ) [9/10]

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01 - Voyager
02 - Himalayan Sunrise
03 - Assasin
04 - Drifting To Heaven
05 - Creation
06 - Magnetic Drops
07 - Project X
08 - Thesmorphoria
09 - Full Contact
10 - Wildwest Kid
11 - Mid Summers Heat

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Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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