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Interstellar Sequence - Back To The Moon album flac

  • Performer: Interstellar Sequence
  • Album: Back To The Moon
  • FLAC: 1372 mb | MP3: 1739 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: Czech Republic
  • Style: Berlin-School
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 553
  • Format: AHX TTA MOD AU WMA MIDI APE
Interstellar Sequence - Back To The Moon album flac

Tracklist

Back To The Moon Suite
1 Launch Sequence 12:27
2 Transmit 3:19
3 The Unknown 5:14
4 Computer 4:49
5 Lunar Nights 5:14
6 Earthrise 3:01
7 Space Is Hard 4:57
8 Lunar Mission One 8:02
Baikonur Fields Suite
9 Utopia 5:46
10 Constructor 5:35
11 Reaction 9:12
12 Kerosene 6:08
13 Orbit 6:12

Notes

Limited to 25 copies. Track 6 is CD only bonus.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Interstellar Sequence Back To The Moon ‎(8xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Interstellar Sequence Self-released) none Czech Republic 2015

Interstellar Sequence. Decin, Czech Republic. Fan of electronic music from 1970s and 1980s, trying to make music in the same domain.

90 €. No wonder sometimes gloomy sounds appear.

Here is Intersteller's movie scene where Matthew asks You Don't Believe We went to the Moon??

The sound is different from Baikonur Fields, but I believe there are similar tracks as well. Special thanks to Luftrum.

Not On Label (Interstellar Sequence Self-released) ‎– none. Format: 8 File, FLAC, Album. Country: Czech Republic. Captain Cutshaw -- I made this track in June 2014; it was one of first tracks for Back To The Moon. It was built on dialog from picture The Ninth Configuration (1980), which nicely documents the atmosphere I wanted to put to the album. However I didn't use it in this original shape. I never liked this track very much, sometimes things just don't work. I wanted something different, which actually formed later in track Launch Sequence.

The world has also evolved into a post-truth society where younger generations are taught ideas such as the Apollo moon missions were faked. Widowed engineer and former NASA pilot Joseph Cooper is now a farmer. The visual effects company Double Negative, which worked on Inception, was brought back for Interstellar. According to visual effects supervisor Paul Franklin, the number of effects in the film was not much greater than in Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises (2012) or Inception. who also compared Interstellar to The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) as a film about human nature. He sought to emulate films like Steven Spielberg's Jaws (1975) and Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) for being family-friendly but also "as edgy and incisive and challenging as anything else on the blockbuster spectrum".

Floyd fans were first treated to Dark Side of the Moon in concert more than a year before the album was actually released. Though the lush textures and spacious arrangements of Dark Side of the Moon make it sound like a purely studio project, the band actually aired out all of the songs in concert – in the exact same sequence that they would appear on the album – more than a year before the album’s official release. 6. Paul McCartney’s contributions to the album were deleted – but the Beatles made a surprise appearance on the record.

Interstellar pairs the creative forces of Hans Zimmer and esteemed director Christopher Nolan, who collaborated previously on The Dark Knight film trilogy and Inception. Chris wanted us to push the limits, offers Zimmer. Every conversation was about pushing boundaries and exploring new territories

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What's Next to the Moon (album). What's Next to the Moon is a solo album by Mark Kozelek, released on January 10, 2001. The album is composed entirely of drastically rearranged acoustic covers of Bon Scott-era AC/DC songs. The album follows the release of his debut solo EP Rock 'n' Roll Singer, which also features three AC/DC covers: "Rock 'n' Roll Singer," "You Ain't Got a Hold on Me," and "Bad Boy Boogie