[ Aftermath 2​.​0 | Archives of peace ]

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sliver Once again I struggle for the words.
I love it, but your going to make up your own mind anyhow.
After all, that is what it's there for...
Music for the adventures within and beyond--- Favorite track: Aftermath # 02.
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DLovas Truly a sound design masterpiece! Hypnotic from start to finish! This album will take you on a journey that can not be adequately described. One must experience it for themselves. The original CD release fetches over $400 these days as only 300 copies were made. Aftermath #08, while not part of the original Aftermath album has to be my personal favorite (though, every track is excellent). The haunting piano really makes the track! A 5 star album! Favorite track: Aftermath # 08.
Fran Ko
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Fran Ko This Eargasm blows through my soul like a summer gale Favorite track: Aftermath # 08.
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Vincent Villuis remastered the album and added Aftermath # 08 originally released on Nova’s compilation Albedo. This new version, titled Aftermath 2.0, digitally released mid-April 2013 in lossless format on Ultimae’s store, offers a collection of HD wallpapers presenting the artwork of Paul Takahashi.

"These Aftermaths which one experiences closely of from afar, at times personal others mediatized, these dark grey or luminous climatic moments."
Telescoping of natural and urban zones; rhythmics verging on industrial or diving into liquid air; deep bass lines shaking ecstatic drifts - "Aftermath" aims to be a series of sound photographies of our "beautiful" world in complete rotation. Peace, it seems, becomes precarious, some are trying to archive the concept.
This project from Aes Dana is composed as an eight movements spacey and downtempo tale.

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released April 18, 2013

Composed in 2003 by Vincent Villuis with the participation of Mahiane (Aftermath # 05), Pascale Auffret (Aftermath # 02) & Huby Sea (Aftermath # 06). Recorded at the Ultimae Studio & Green Station. Remastered in 2013 by Vincent Villuis at Ultimae Studio.

inre10.2 - (C) & (P) 2003-2013 Ultimae

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