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Future World Orchestra – Hidden Files “Touching Grooves That Doesn’t Wear Out”

Where to begin? When I first heard this masterpiece (after actually downloading the album), I was really blown away by the incredible and versatile sound experience that was coming out of my speakers. And as a 80’s synth fan myself, I knew I was in for a treat!.

On this disc you will find it ALL(!). This is Electronic music at it’s peak of performance. There are so many great tunes on here, ranging from slower, more emotionally driven tunes, to the more rhythmic and fast paced ones in which many of them includes lush electric guitars played immaculate!.
I’m in awe each time I listen to this CD, and it hasn’t let me down so far, and Iv’e listened to it countless of times.

There is something for everybody who’s into electronic music on the disc. It can tell though that FWO has been inspired alot by Tangerine Dream from the mid to late 80’s in terms of melody quality and structure. It could also be compared to Christopher Franke’s album ‘Pacific Coast Highway’ as it really sounds (at times) it could have been done by him.

But whatever you do, don’t hesitate to pick this gem up before it’s too late. It’s a rollercoaster ride through many aspects of the EM ‘scene’, and with so many diffrent tunes to choose from, this is an album that has a great re-playability factor. Especially for lovers of mid to late 80’s electronic sounding music.

Get it! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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March 29, 2010 - Posted by | Synth Music |

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