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Timeshard|Crystal Oscillations  (Expanded Edition)

Crystal Oscillations (Expanded Edition)

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Crystal Oscillations is a set of rhythmic electronica from Timeshard. The frantic and frenetic rhythms border on techno. To some folks, this qualifies as ambient or new ambient. This music is neither innocuous nor interesting, so it does not fit the widely accepted definition (as proffered by Brian Eno) of ambient music. There are artists performing in this style who do it much more creatively. This disc would qualify as an interesting selection from the cutout bin.
© Jim Brenholts /TiVo

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1
Voodoo Chronometer
00:07:50

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

2
25th Century
00:06:28

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

3
Psionic Lattice
00:07:50

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

4
Metamind
00:08:20

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

5
Oracle
00:08:43

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

6
Cosmic Carrot
00:05:28

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

7
Crystal Oscillations
00:15:20

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

8
Human Error
00:07:08

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

9
Secret Song Of The Sea
00:08:15

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

10
The Others
00:02:59

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

11
Photon (Wave)
00:07:54

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

12
Photon (Particle)
00:07:23

Mark Graham, Composer - Steven Grant, Composer - Timeshard, MainArtist - Simon Kember, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 1994 Planet Dog Records Planet Dog Records

Album Description

Crystal Oscillations is a set of rhythmic electronica from Timeshard. The frantic and frenetic rhythms border on techno. To some folks, this qualifies as ambient or new ambient. This music is neither innocuous nor interesting, so it does not fit the widely accepted definition (as proffered by Brian Eno) of ambient music. There are artists performing in this style who do it much more creatively. This disc would qualify as an interesting selection from the cutout bin.
© Jim Brenholts /TiVo

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