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Paul Ellis - Appears to Vanish
 
Paul Ellis - Appears to Vanish Quantity in Basket: None
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2000."A lone organ sound gives the beginning of the first part a rather Gothic feel. This is compounded still further when at just over a minute it is replaced by angelic wordless vocal effects. You can just imagine the mist swirling round some abandoned monastery where the echoes of its long dead inhabitants still reverberate from one ruined wall to another. These all disappear before three minutes, the mood well and truly set as a deep note repeatedly resonates from the speakers and an ominous melodic motif makes proceedings seem even more sinister. In case you have been thinking that you have heard of this artist before but can't quite place him it might help to tell you that he is one half of Dweller at the Threshold."
--reviewed by DL from Synth Music Direct



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