Download Steve Moore - Pangaea Ultima
|SP 032CD||Steve Moore||Pangaea Ultima (CD, Album)||Spectrum Spools||SP 032CD||Austria||2013|
|SP 032||Steve Moore||Pangaea Ultima (9xFile, FLAC, Album)||Spectrum Spools||SP 032||Austria||2013|
- Artwork, Design – Robert Beatty
- Mastered By – Rashad Becker
Tracklist on the packaging mistakenly lists both A1 and D1 as Endless Caverns, D1 is correctly listed as Endless Mountains on the center label.
Released in association with Editions Mego.
- Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 5050580604100
- Copyright (c) – Spectrum Spools
- Marketed By – Editions Mego
Pangaea Ultima by Steve Moore, released 16 December 2013 1. Endless Caverns 2. Planetwalk 3. Deep Time 4. Nemesis 5. Pangaea Ultima 6. Logotone 7. Aphelion 8. Endless Mountains 9. Worldbuilding How can we imagine the future of the world, away from the standards of time that we have insisted upon giving it How to conceive of the movements of a world in its arcs and sweeps of continents and oceans across ages without reducing it to cheap historical humanisations. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 USD or more. Album 2013 9 Songs. Pangaea Ultima Steve Moore. Steve Moore. Endless Caverns, 06:05. Planetwalk, 05:11. Steve Moore 3 Pangaea Ultima. 레이블: Spectrum Spools SP 032. 형식: 2 Vinyl, 12, Album. 국가: Austria. Awesome stuff by Mr. Moore as is to be expected, more than a little miffed that a 30 lp didn't come with a download code though. 답글 나에게 알림 Helpful. Listen free to Steve Moore Pangaea Ultima Endless Caverns, Planetwalk and more. 9 tracks 58:12. Critic Score. User Score. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Beloved Exile. Frame Dragging. Bliss Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Stream Pangaea Ultima, a playlist by Steve Moore from desktop or your mobile device. Album release date: 16 December Ultima is an indirect extension of those ideas, lending itself to emotional responses conjured by clear-cut, spacious, and daunting compositions on sequential circuits, instead of any imitative personification or nostalgia for retro sci-fi. This comes in the form of a pulse, which not only varies in pace and aggression, but also bestows constraint in this soundtrack to an incomprehensible tectonic shift