Released: 23 Nov 1999
Play time: 1:10:15
Facts / description
"audiophonik - music for the scene generation" is an audio cd compilation containing brand NEW - studio recorded - compositions from some of the best, past and present, musicians from the PC and Amiga demo scene. We feel we put together quite the audio CD with some of the most talented musicians the scene has to offer see the track listing below. audiophonik is a professionnally done production (not a CD-R), containing 12 brand new high quality professionaly recorded tracks, totalizing a complete playing time of over 70 mins. The CD comes in a transparent case with a fat full color sixteen page booklet containing pictures, text and bios of each musicians. We are not going to attempt to bias your opinion on this project -- we'll let the music speak for itself.
1."flow" - Frederic "Moby" Motte (Frankreich) 2."nr24" - Victor "Vic" Van Vlaardingen (Holland) 3."spectral vision" - Christophe "Rez" Resigne (Frankreich) 4."the giving tree" - Alexander "Siren" Brandon (u.s.a.) 5."overture" - Jogeir "Jogeir" Liljedahl (Norwegen) 6."little monkey" - Gustaf "Lizardking" Grefberg (Schweden) 7."gate 99 (last call)" - Erik "Zodiak" Stridell (Schweden) 8."pulse" - Andrew "Necros" Sega (u.s.a.) 9."third millenium" - Anne "Lluvia" Haessig (Frankreich) 10."ephemeral wanderer" - Kenny "C C Catch" Chou (u.s.a.) 11."space deliria" - Bjorn "Dr. Awesome" Lynne (England) 12."cocoon" - Adam "Scorpik" Skorupa (Polen)
Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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