GENERAL INFORMATION ===================== Album: Regeneration Mode Artist: Van Zyl and Gulch Year: 1994 Genre / Style: Electronic / New Age / Berlin-School DESCRIPTION ================== Chuck van Zyl and his compatriot, ex-Nightcrawler Peter Gulch, continue to mature musically with each new release. Gone are the driving sequencers that have characterized much of their recent work. Regeneration Mode is a quiet, introspective look at electronic music. It harkens back to those experimental electronic days of Zeit-era Tangerine Dream, yet not near as abstract. The opening track "Sector Zero Zero One," the longest at nearly 30 minutes, attests to their new direction. For the first time that I can recall, theyÆve added whispered found voices to their electronic palette. The dynamic range is quite broad throughout the five tracks, "Sector Zero Zero One," "Sub-Space Fields," "Shield Failure," "The Automatons," and "Regeneration Mode." Sometimes the music is so quiet and understated that you forget that the CD is still playing. But that is a disservice to these fine musicians. Regeneration Mode is not background music! Instead you should strap yourself in and listen intently as van Zyl and Gulch take you on a journey through the best electronic music the US has to offer today. Regeneration Mode is truly music to sink into. - Henry Schneider ; http://www.expose.org/index.php/articles/display/van-zyl-and-gulch-regeneration-mode-6.html FILE INFORMATION ===================== Number of Tracks: 5 Total Duration: 1:02:57 Total Size: 282 MBs (including scans, m3u, audiochecker, cue, log, spectrums, and txt) NOTE: the hi-rez scans are about 52 MBs. Parity Archive: Yes, 7% Ripped By: NMR Files Created on: NMR Ripped With: NMR Encoded At: lossless, FLAC / 44.1 KHz ID3 Tags: Yes TXT Created: 26 August 2019 Tracklist ------------------ 01) Sector Zero Zero One 02) Sub-Space Fields 03) Shield Failure 04) The Automatons 05) Regeneration Mode POSTING ===================== Reposting Rules: Please wait at least 48 hours before requesting additional pars or reposting. Also try deleting then reloading your headers first and/or using the nzb file. Send any notes/comments/requests to the .new-age group or I might not see it.