You can't lose with a track called "Lord of the Starfields" It's a fitting title.
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Projekt recently announced a 30-yr anniversary release of this that contains two extra discs with new material inspired from the same themes.
Aglaia - Hymns
This is a pretty cool release, but out of sync with the typical Aglaia vibe. Throughout each track there is a highly processed voice submerged in the mix. I can't understand what it is saying (if it is saying anything in particular), but it has a spooky, robotic quality to it. That voice, combined with the more typical Aglaia synth work, gives this album a really unique sound--something that is both alien and yet strangely familiar. I imagine this is what hymns may sound like if they were performed by humanoid insects on another planet.
Strange that you should mention that; I've been breeding humanoid insects from other planets as a hobby, and strangely, they DO have an affinity for singing hymns. The damn things are keeping us awake at night! I have to throw cold water on them to quiet 'em down ...but seriously, I love that description, will have to look that up.
|Gino Fioravanti, Gianluigi Toso - Respirando (relax music)|
Steve Hillage-Dreamtime Submersibles
is it released on bluray yet ?
Cause I do not watch TV.