GENERAL INFORMATION				
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Album:  	Substans
Artist:  	Circular
Year:  	        2009
Genre / Style:  Electronic / New Age / Downtempo / Ambient

DESCRIPTION				
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Deep spacey ambient music. Bjarte Andreassen and Jostein Dahl Gjelsvik from Norway are Circular and their sound makes you dive deep into ambient: Chilly sounds and melodies of engrossed elegance create a haunting yet still wonderfully relaxing atmosphere. With each minute passing, the music becomes an even more massive trip inwards, sucking you in for its whole run time of nearly one hour. Ultimae is known for their quality in selecting the finest ambient, psy/chill out music and this time they are taking us on another magic musical journey as only they can. '[ Substans ]' unfolds itself with an imaginative travelling trough the sounds of psychedelic chill out music, is filling you with warm emotions and positive energy and creates a feeling of huge dimensions. For ambient and chill out lovers this is definitely one of the must have releases of the year! - liese on June 11, 2009
https://www.discogs.com/Circular-Substans/release/1752507

FILE INFORMATION				
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Number of Tracks: 13
Total Duration:   58:41
Total Size:       265 MBs (including scans, m3u, cue, log, spectrums, and txt)
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:  	  4 July 2020

Tracklist
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01) Intro
02) Rablekok
03) Little Girls Eat Chocolate
04) Time Machine
05) Bits (Chernozem Remix)
06) Wie Geht's, Minsk?
07) Hurumburum
08) Bathing Is A Ritual
09) Planet Zodiac
10) Walking On Sand
11) I'm Not Scared
12) Isroser
13) Nothing But Dead Landscape
				
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