Only for completionists (0%). The new Pythagoras album was split in seven movements, the first three capturing the first side of the L. nlike the expectations the production remains quite muddy, typical of an underground than a professional album, and the music is grounded in the field of Electronic Prog with obvious tendencies towards more symphonic textures.
Pythagoras (2) – After The Silence. Genre: Electronic, Rock. Pythagoras (2). After The Silence (LP, Album).
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Pythagoras - After The Silence. Photo of Pythagoras - After The Silence. More albums of Pythagoras : After The Silence. The Correlated ABC. Genre is Electronic Rock. This album was released on the label Syntone (catalog number HLP 500004). This album was released in 1981 year.
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The Silence of Forgotten Landscapes is a 2009 live DVD by American metal band Agalloch. It features a 2008 performance by the band at the Biebob venue in Vosselaar, Belgium. It was co-directed by Juan Mosqueda and Agalloch frontman John Haughm. The idea to film a performance for a DVD release was sprung on the band very suddenly during their 2008 European tour. Haughm was ill with pneumonia during the tour, and on the evening of the Belgian performance he was feeling particularly unwell.
|1||1st Movement: Introduction|
|2||2nd Movement: Opus I Diabolus In Musica|
|3||2nd Movement: Opus II Étude For Flying V|
|4||2nd Movement: Opus III Scherzo|
|5||3rd Movement: Endless Hymn|
|6||4th Movement: Opus I Turn
Synthesizer [Novotron] – Michel Van Wassem
|7||4th Movement: Opus II Return|
|8||5th Movement: Opus I Caprice|
|9||5th Movement: Opus II Interludium|
|10||5th Movement: Opus III Reprice|
|11||6th Movement: Scherzo Reprice|
|12||7th Movement: Grand Finale|
|HLP 500004||Pythagoras||After The Silence (LP, Album)||Syntone||HLP 500004||Netherlands||1981|
|WEA 58.465||Pythagoras||After The Silence (LP, Album)||WEA||WEA 58.465||Netherlands||1982|