Drexciya - Grava 4 (Full Album). Cascading Celestial Giants. от лица компании "Clone"); UMPI" и другие авторские общества (1).
Album · 2002 · 9 Songs.
Drexciya presents Grava 4. Earth has finally discovered Utopia (Drexciya Home Universe). The CD tracklist omits track 4 (Gravity Waves).
Notes on recordsleeve: Drexciya presents Grava 4. Earth has finally discovered Utopia. Drexciya Home Universe) Earth scientist discovered the home planet of Drexciya on 2-14-2002. The star chart is authentic; you will be able to find the star by using the coordinations on the star chart. The planet Drexciya can be found in the international star vault in Switzerland & recorded in the astronomical compendium. your place in the cosmos, volume.
Grava 4 is one of the seven "storms" recorded as part of a cryptic plan that was to bring Detroit's Drexciya to its next stage of development (a project that founding member James Stinson sadly did not live to see completed- he died last year), and the explicit theme on this record is celestial travel. Track titles like "Astronomical Guidepost" and "700 Light Years from Earth" combined with a sleeve that maps the tracks onto a map of some distant planet's night sky help set the mood, but the music sticks closely to the established Drexciya sound, which. It's melodramatic as hell, but in the best possible way, introducing the album with a theatrical flair. The following "Powers of the Deep" is a good example of what I'm loving about Drexciya: how each of a track's individual elements seems so discrete and separate, and yet somehow it all congeals into a listenable whole.
BPM Profile Grava 4. Album starts at 134BPM, ends at 118BPM (-16), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Drexciya. Drexciya 4: The Unknown Aquazone. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
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Clone Records is reissuing Grava 4, the last album to be recorded by seminal Detroit techno duo Drexciya before the death of James Stinson. Like all of Gerald Donald and James Stinson’s work as Drexciya, Grava 4 fits into a complex science fiction-inspired mythology, telling the story of the discovery of Drexciya’s home planet.
Published on: Sunday, January 29, 2017. Tracklist: 0:00 Cascading Celestial Giants 8:41 Powers Of The Deep 14:23 Drexcyen Star Chamber 20:38 Gravity Waves 26:51 Drexcyen . Principle 33:10 Hightech Nomads 38:51 700 Million Light Years From Earth 43:56 Astronomical Guidepost.
If the star charts which grace the jewel case of this umpteenth album from Drexciya weren't enough of a clue to content, then the titles hammer the point home - "Cascading Celestial Giants" and "Astronomical Guidepost," nods to the Detroit duo's continuing fascination with outer space.