If you played the games as a kid then you'll want this.
>All in VBR. DW2 and 3 have essentially the same soundtrack, with DW3 having better quality re-recordings and a lot more originals. I included both because DW2 sounds different enough for me to want it as well. DW4, while probably a slightly worse game than 2 & 3, has the best soundtrack by far. Great riffs, realistic sounding drums, less obnoxious synths, and the songs are all 3-5 minutes long instead of the 1-2 minute snippets of the previous OSTs.
Dynasty Warriors 2 - OST
Dynasty Warriors 3 - OST
Dynasty Warriors 4 - OST
Bran Barr - Sidh
>celtic/blackened/folk metal from france. really good.
>Dance-punk, lo-fi, cock rock
Get it Going/Mmm Mama! (2010)
777 Vol II (2010)
Dominate EP (2010)
777 Vol III (2011)
Red Wine (2013)
YouTube Bootlegs (2013)
One Good Goose (2014)
The Undiscovered Classics (2016)
DOES ANYONE HAVE MELANCHOLE BY SALVIA PALTH PLEASE
Paul Clayton and The Foc'sle Singers - Foc'sle Songs and Shanties
Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, & Mark O'Connor - Appalachia Waltz
>three gods of their instruments play beautiful music
Requesting Yo Yo Ma - JS Bach Unaccompanied Cello Suites and
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis.
KFC Murder Chicks - Golden Age Of Gross Mystery
>Noise rock made out of riot grrrl and punk samples
So fucking hype that they might be working on new material
Sharing Al Di Meola's first five studio albums aka his better ones.
1976 flac - land of the midnight sun
>great tracks here but they aren't as uniform as they would be in Elegant Gypsy or Casino.
>latin fusion, jazz-rock, some guitar wankage but actually adds to the song
Man Bites Dog- Noir
Robert Hood – Motor: Nighttime World 3
Mad Professor – Method To The Madness
1977 flac - Elegant Gypsy (Al Di Meola)
>latin jazz fusion/jazz-rock, minimal shredding
>His best selling record and with good reason too. Two tracks with flamenco guitar, Mediterranean Sundance (with Paco de Lucia, RIP) and Lady of Rome, Sister of Brazil. HIGHLY RECCING
1978 flac - Casino (Al Di Meola)
>IMO just as good as elegant gypsy, if not even better. the tracks here will not disappoint. This is probably the height of his Latin wank fusion career. My favorites are Dark Eye Tango and Casino.
>Latin jazz, jazz fusion, jazz- rock, Swedish garage-sale folk djent jazz
Because it's a band I enjoy. /mu/ likes them, Reddit doesn't, which is part of why I spend more time on /mu/ now.
KFC Murder Chicks - DARIAJAMS
>Electronic/dance and breaks, more rare than their EP
VA – The Rough Guide To Psychedelic Cambodia (2014)
>1970s Cambodian Psychedelic pop-rock, World Music
infos: worldmusic net/store/item/RGNET1319/
This compilation is a mess tbqh : not enough oldies (but, hey, it's pretty normal considering the rarity of the material), too much tracks from Cambodian Space Project, tracks already appearing on other compilations…
DL= (part.1) http://www20.zippyshare.com/v/nBeg9RNJ/file.html
DL= (part.2) bonus album by The Cambodian Space Project http://www47.zippyshare.com/v/2Zhn87DX/file.html
1980 MP3 - Splendido Hotel (Al Di Meola)
>Nothing real noteworthy here. All tracks are p. great although I Can Tell sucks.
>Latin jazz fusion, jazz-rock, tuvan throat singing
1982 MP3 - Electric Rendezvous (Al Di Meola)
Nothing special here, it's reminiscent of Land of the Midnight Sun. First three tracks are the best. Includes Passion, Grace & Fire, a bulerias collaboration with Paco de Lucia (RIP)
>latin jazz-rock, fusion.
Download : https://mega.nz/#F!Aps23RjS!vTfH1dC07328pI6qDuUn1A
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis - Vaughan Williams (VBR)
>the best performance of one of the more beautiful pieces of music ever composed. Be prepared to feel things. Absolute 10/10.
No album cover but since I first heard an excerpt of this piece watching the film Master and Commander, here's a painting of my favorite place on the planet.
A little bonus.
2015 FLAC - Elysium (Al Di Meola)
>the newest and best of his recent releases. Di Meola picks up the Les Paul again too!
>acoustic guitar jazz, jazz-rock, fusion, latin jazz
I forgot the album cover like a chump. It's just shirtless Al Di Meola looking at you.
Now a live album:
1982 FLAC - Tour De Force Live (Al Di Meola)
>live renditions of his songs. Cruisin and Elegant Gypsy Suite are my favorites. Two new songs written by Jan Hammer, Nena and Advantage.
>live, jazz-rock, fusion, latin
Four Tet - There is Love in You (2010, 320k MP3)
>IDM, house, ambient
>1976 flac - land of the midnight sun
>1977 flac - Elegant Gypsy (Al Di Meola)
>1978 flac - Casino (Al Di Meola)
holy fuck dude learn to format
>Artist - Album Title (year) - file type
That's it for right now.
You can check more of my uploads out at https://mega.nz/#F!hhchjSJT!ExGpvNBgn6lbL4rgF-d3KQ though!
Lanquidity (Sun Ra)
Agharta (Miles Davis)
The Complete Bitches Brew sessions (except the actual album itself, Miles Davis)
I really need to stop coming here.
(This is all from under a year btw)
do you even listen to it or do you just download because theres a link
i've probably downloaded 10k songs in the last year but they're all albums that i actually felt were worth having
Yeah, I probably should but I'm too lazy and love a lot of it actually.
I download every album in every sharethread I see and then eventually unrar the files, put them on iTunes and after a bit I'll skim each album and then go back and listen to a random one when I feel like it. I like most of it.
Previous thread >>61941681
When posting an album, make sure to post the FULL LINK for it (if you're posting a link from MEGA, THIS INCLUDES THE DECRYPTION KEY TOO) along with a sample of the album from YouTube (or just upload a track to clyp.it if there's nothing on YouTube), album art, as well as the name of the artist and album. This makes it easier for people to find these albums in the archive after the thread has 404'd.
Feel free to request, but make sure to be polite and post something before requesting (preferably something not already in the archive). This is a share thread, after all, emphasis on share.
If you're looking for an album, check the archive (https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/) before posting or requesting something, it might already be available. Type in the band name, the album name, as well as the word MEGA or ZIPPY and it might show up.
I posted this in a nearly dead sharethread only once before, but I think it deserves more attention since a lot of people here don't even know these exist.
My Bloody Valentine - All EPs remastered and properly tagged
>essential for anyone with only Loveless, Isn't Anything, and mbv
Feed Me With Your Kiss
You Made Me Realise
mega zippy mediafire rar zip 320 CBR
Anyone have Nouns by No Age? Or anything else by them for that matter?
John Legend & The Roots - Wake Up!
>neo soul, hip-hop, conscious rap, bluesy
Requesting Caro Emerald's two albums
The Shocking Miss Emerald
Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor
Sadly no longer available.
Indo G - Angel Dust
>memphis rap, dirty south, Hypnotize Minds, DJ Paul & Juicy J production
Rudresh Mahanthrappa - Bird Calls
>modal jazz, experimental post-bop, jazz AOTY 2015
Spec Brothers - Goon EP
>lo-fi, experimental, weird shit
no, it's those retagged as the proper albums
believe me, if I could find all the stuff here with live links:
then I'd have uploaded it too
Black Sabbath - The End EP (2016)
>heavy metal, the end of Sabbath
DJZEn - xs bom
>sound collage, lo-fi, pronounced dayzh-zen, good shit
Bumping with something that isn't in the archive at all:
Sufjan Stevens - Exploding Whale (7" exclusive from the Carrie & Lowell tour)
>indie folk, chamber pop, baroque pop, second track is a Age of Adz style remix of Fourth of July
Wastelanders - Cosmic Despair
>ambient, drone, winter-core
>in OGG Vorbis
really pleasant, more active than most ambient stuff. found it in the dollar bin at my local record store.
Requesting this and anything else by the Arkells (preferably a discography) but most specifically this album
Cam'ron - Purple Rain
>Mid 00's East-Coast Hip-Hop, you probably know what it is
Adamn Killa - In Adamn We Trust
>Trap-rap, from Chicago, collaborates with Yung Lean and Sweden often, pretty good imo, got some singles of his too
sample 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvTEFQrXlbU
here's Jackson Square, plus Michigan Left.
>for the archive:
>Canadian indie rock
Anyone have any La Dispute? Also if anyone has any math rock requests I just recently bought covet, tangled hair, Delta Sleep, eito, and I also have a subscription to the Protest the Hero thing
Looking for pic related senpai. Anyone got a linky?
my computer has a terabyte drive, 2.55 GB of that is left open, and I haven't listened to music in months cause I'm mixing my own tracks 24/7 between shit posting, and I've dled like 5 albums from this thread.
Not sharing, just requesting.
I was listening to my campus radio a while ago, and they had on rotation for a while a song (or maybe more than one) that featured a woman grunting, breathing heavily, and eventually moaning, along with what sounded like some hand and kick drums. I think the song was supposed to be illustrating a female orgasm or something. Interesting stuff, but I have no idea what the song title or artist name is, so I guess I'm just throwing this out there hoping someone might know what i'm talking about
Hi /mu/ seeking music like pic/share related
Various Artists - 日常コンピ on sunday recordings
>Relax, Easy listening, Electro
>Sample : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEf43foTfa0
>MEGA : https://mega.nz/#!0d1whIIC!ak72e7mipFilODnpHk7rcqt7aK0jqMsk3mfh8wl85SE
Does anyone have a collection of Damon Albarn's music? I've already got most of the albums that he was the main guy on, but I'm having a hard time collecting all the songs that he did on other people's albums.
Bulat Gazdanov - Orchestra music from North Ossetia
>folk orchestral pieces with epic accordion, what inspired the Boston Bomber (the cute one)
Moises Torrealba - Bandola Solista
>god tier Bandola, get this one
Walmart Associate Choir - Eyes of a Child
>Choir music, funk, r&b, some salsa influence, mininumwage core
John Larkin - s/t
>Groovy, quirky, zany vocal jazz. If you don't know who he is, DON'T look him up. He's more known for something else, but wether you like it or not, give this a chance on its own merits.
Robert Wood - Vibrarock
>awesome psych-jazz-rock with noisy, distorted vibraphone!
Stan Kenton & His Orchestra - The Chronogical Classics 1946-1952
>god tier Kenton from his most interesting period, this is really avant garde stuff for its time
Various - Gongs Vietnam-Laos
>just what it sounds like
Chubby Checker - Chequered
>great overlooked psych soul
Steve Lehman - Mise en Abime
>unusual contemporary jazz with quarter tone vibraphone and some drum&bass influence, a bit Blackstar-esque
Swingle Singers - Mood Swings
>amazing all a-cappella jazz / crossover, must be heard even if you're not a fan of vocal groups
Tye Tribbett - Stand Out
>amazing contemporary gospel, with unusual jazz fusion / prog elements!
Evan Brewer - Alone
>god tier bass shredding / prog, one of the few interesting releases i've heard in the genre for decades
Johnny Mandel - Harper (OST)
>god tier crime jazz, nowadays it's illegal to be this cool.
Galina Ustvolskaya - Symphonies 2-5
>soviet avant-garde classical at its best
Frank Strozier - Remember Me
>god tier cool jazz by a really overlooked artist
Ganelin Trio - Poi Segue
>soviet free jazz with some rock & world music elements
Framtiden - s/t
>electronic improv / noise / ambient, some really amazing analog textures and turntablism
M.C.Ö. - Live
>spacy improv rock, a bit disjointed but awesome use of keyboards
Ö-Gruppen - Kom och klappa takten
>shitty old school dansband / country
Karlssons & Unga Sångare - Glädje glädje
>the long lost and rumored "missing" Karlssons album, unfortunately just total crap.
Persarna - s/t
>horrible Christian dansband / country that caused the Bite of '87
Eino Grön - Suomalaisen tangon taikaa
>average finnish tango, nothing special either way
Lars-Åke Stenström - The Complete Falk EPs, Vol.1
>shitty vocal-and-piano christcore, i hope i won't have to make a Vol.2
Per Grunden - s/t
>old school schlager / operetta songs, nothing special if you're not a big fan of the genre
Storsudrets Spelmanslag - Musik från södra Gotland
>dull, generic gammeldans, you can pretty much skip this one
Svend Asmussen - spielt Welterfolge
>basically easy listening / instrumental pop with very little jazz elements, pretty dull really
Various - Gunnar Hahns visor med gitarrackompanjemang
>dull instrumental pieces meant to be used to back your own singing, quite pointless
Christina Lindberg - s/t
>Swedish country-pop, dat phat snare drum on the third beat in 3/4
Marias Enmansorkester - Evangelium om Jesus
>yes, she did a vinyl album. it's not as bad as you might think.
Rejoice - Gläd dig
>mostly instrumental brass band christcore, some cool arrangements
Conny Enström - Norrköpingsvisor
>mediocre Swedish folk, seems like an ultra rare record tho
Various - Instrumental Inklings
>miscellaneous instrumental pieces, nothing really interesting here, sorry!
Anne-Mari Lindström - s/t
>Swedish folk-pop, nothing extraordinary but worth hearing for fans of the genre
Various - Kommun med klang: Gislaved musicerar
>some out-of-tune orchestral and marching band tunes, and some horrible attempts at jazz, more annoying than funny.
Various - Christian Confusion
>miscellaneous swedish christian singles and EPs, not much "modern" stuff this time, just the good old school stuff you all know and love
What about the music?
Göran Folkestad - Eld och lågor
>swedish pop-rock, very uneven but some really listenable tunes
Various - Star-Hits
>amusing covers of 70s top hits, Konsum-core
Various - Stormar & Skär
>typical christcore "compilation" of local artists, some pretty good musicians for once though
Various - German Gallery
>another collection of random German records, mostly old school schlager / folk, nothing that weird this time but quite listenable still
Robert Schuller - Ett liv i bön
>swedish-english bilingual sermon, kinda interesting if you like hearing travelling professional preachers talk about their life
Roy Harthern - Problemet med vinläglarna
>another bilingual sermon, explains the meaning of G.R.O.W.T.H. , which is something i'm sure you have all been curious about.
And another one that doesn't even have a title or anything on it:
Göte Strandsjö - Räck mig din hand
>awesome old school christcore with lyrics that really put the hypocritical Church of Sweden in its place, a real must hear!
Die fidelen Diemlacher - The Complete Polydor Singles
>classic German folk, as good as it gets
Lage Wedin - s/t
>old school christcore with operatic baritone lead, really listenable if you're not into the genre
Seppo Vanhala - Niin kaunis on syksy
>typical Finnish folk-pop, some jazzy parts, some tango, you know the drill
Pingstkyrkans bandmission - Förmiddagsmöte 4-9-83
>recording of a random church service, with the worst sound quality and editing i've ever heard on a "release" like this - it literally just bursts into total distorted noise at time, which might make it more amusing to some.
>typical church service tape, with some music if i remember right
Arne Lamberth - Kyrkokonsert
>god tier trumpet & pipe organ instrumentals, really moody and reflective with tear-aching harmonies
Manuela Wiesler - LUX
>avant garde classical solo flute pieces by seldom heard Swedish composers
Nils-Börge Gårdh - Kärleken från Dej
>swedish soul-pop, awesome string arrangements, a bit Marvin Gaye-esque at times
Stig Holm & Arvid Sundin - Vi spelar till Dans
>cocktail piano instrumentals, pretty damn god tier for its genre
Ingrid Hogman - Att tycka om
>swedish soft-pop, a bit Carpenters-esque
Carl-Eric Moberg - s/t
>operatic schlager-folk, really listenable for its genre
Ulf Lodin - Kärlekens pris
>swedish pop-rock with some art rock elements
Siw Sjöberg - Det sker under överallt
>operatic christfunk, some bizarre juxtapositions of vocal style, lyrics and groovy rhythms, she covers Life on Mars
Peter Nordström - Ensam och fri
>swedish folk-rock, dat sour and bitter whatever-happened-to-the-idealism-of-the-70s feel
Miscellaneous odd Christian records:
Thure Byström - Läsarsånger 2
>old school christcore with typically weird vocals, some nice arrangements for once though
Barbara Helsingius - Det var en gång
>nice folk-jazz with somewhat weird, stiff vocals but great production and interesting lyrics
Various - English Extrusion
>miscellaneous odd singles, mostly mediocre 80s pop obscurities
Peter Lundblad - Lugn extas
>prog-ish pop with crazy synths and awesome guitar work
Justin Vali - Rambala
>god tier bamboo zither
Andrei Rodionov & Boris Tikhomirov - 512K bytes
>Soviet electro / synth pop, check out that swag
Anders Koppel - Aftenlandet & Regnbuefuglen
>folk-inspired prog/jazz instrumentals, really peculiar style but a bit similar to Bo Hansson & Samla Mammas Manna, really recommended!
Lars Mörlid & Peter Sandwall - Du är ljus
>smooth modern gospel, a bit generic but nice tunes & production throughout
Svensktopparna - Svensktoppar (SV 3)
>underground patrician indie 70s hit compilation, this isn't your regular mainstream stuff
Swintoz - s/t
>outstanding transitional dansband with some unusual elements of modern pop that really make it accessible to today's listeners
Alright everyone, thanks for your praise, signing out with this gem! Reach me at email@example.com !
Egil Hauge - Dags för dragspel
>SUPERB virtuoso accordion instrumentals with only light organ accompaniement, an absolute must for any accordion fan!
v.a. Nippon Girls - Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-70
>Groovy Japanese 1960's pop, Austin Powers-tier for fans of Yéyé, Stereolab, Esquivel, Pizzicato Five, etc.
can someone upload Sora discography? cant find it anywhere and im dying to steal this from the internet
W.A. Mozart - Requiem [John Eliot Gardiner]
It doesn't matter if anyone enjoys it.
I'd rather have a single original share than the same shit you can find on slsk/rutracker/whatcd reposted for the 10th time.
The stuff JTG is posting would probably be lost forever if he wasn't there to rip/archive it and put it on the internet.
Yeah just like every other poster in this thread.
Difference being that his shares are OC. I guess you don't understand the point of "OC, even if it's just for the sake of OC" but it's what made 4chan great.
Wow, this truly inspired me, I'm now going to seek out the most obscure music possible just so I can share it on a vietnamese pork roll board!
I plan to get "JTG" tattooed over my heart in honour of my hero :)
[The User] - Symphony #1 for Dot Matrix Printers
Fully composed using a series of dot matrix printers.
Francis Bebey - African Electronic Music 1975-1982
>compilation of traditional highlife, juju, and other popular styles with goofball drum machines & clunky synthesizers, fucking ace
S= (hilarious lyrics) https://youtu.be/cfH4tr-Ynv4
[The User] - Symphony #2 for Dot Matrix Printers
>experimental, noise, musique concrete
serious goat guys.
The String Quartet Tribute to NIN
>exactly how this sounds, surprisingly comfy and not brooding, dark
unfortunately various bitrates will try to locate a 320 version.
The Phantom - Love Me (1960)
>noise rock, rockabilly, proto-punk
This is awesome, thanks
John Coltrane - A Love Supreme (Deluxe Edition)
>avant garde, free jazz, hard bop
Mark Fry - Dreaming With Alice
>Psych folk, early 70s. Pretty good stuff.
two recommendations, both from the archive, but the Trans Am one is my upload at least.
this one is a little more "out there," it's been a while since I listened to it but essentially in the vein of what you want, I hope.
Mouse on Mars - Autoditacker
>IDM, post-acid, proto-minimal, doraemon like this music, krauts, 1997
and this one reminded me a lot of your share. maybe coming from a different direction but arriving at the same type of sound:
Trans Am - Surrender to the Night
>post rock band goes electronic
sample (stay with it past the intro):
The Incredible String Band - The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter
>Psych-folk, minstrel-core. Fucking awesome medieval sounding psych folk with raga influence. Like walking with a bunch of minstrels through India on acid.
anyone have pic related?
Panda Bear - Homebase EP (2004)
>rare ep recorded live at a radio station session I beilieve
>some person pitch album cuts, first track is god tier (song in the sample)
The point of these threads is to share music. Yeah i might not have the most organized system but it works. For the amount of music I've put on mega I can't go thru all of those and change it.
Stop getting ur panties in a bunch and just enjoy the music
Please don't let this sharethread turn into a stupid pissing contest, but I've been on here forever and I pretty rarely re-lsiten to anything.
You'll get doom and you are gonna like it
Reverend Bizarre - Harbinger of Metal (2003)
>Traditional Doom, Finnish, Dramatic vocals, essential
Hello, searched the Archive and didn't find anything:
Zupfgeigenhansel - Jiddische Lieder
Blood Axis - Gospel Of Inhumanity
Also, I have here the selftitled only album by Mary Beats Jane, a swedish 90's neo-thrash band, very Pantera-like. Pretty good and fun. First band of Peter Dolving. Could rip and upload, but I am anxious about this hosting stuff.
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone (2003)
>Stoner Doom Metal, walls of sound, essential, 10/10
Geinoh Yamashirogumi - Akira: Original Soundtrack (1988)
>soundtrack, gamelan, GOAT, AKIRA
is gorespammer still around anymore?
Seidr - Ginnungagap (2013)
>Atmospheric Doom Metal, Death Doom
Conan - Horseback Battle Hammer (2010)
>Doom Metal, Drone, Soner-ish
Toxik - Think This
>thrash, prog trash, 80's
Lemolo - The Kaleidoscope
>dream pop, dark, AOTY 2012
Carmen - Fandangos in Space
>progressive rock, folk,
Anybody got some Zeuhl stuff that isn't magma or koenjihyakkei?
Gud stuff, reminds me of Toxic Holocaust and Dark Angel, any more ?
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 & 2 Soundtracks (1999-2000)
>so here I am
Cathedral - Endtyme
Bongripper - Satan Worshipping Doom
Monolord - Empress Rising
With The Dead - s/t
Yob - Clearing The Path to Ascend
>Doom Metal, Stoner, Grand Sounds, 9/10
listen to everything on this chart.
here's something not in the archive I think many of you might appreciate, it was only released as a 7" single in limited quantities
Panda Bear - Take Pills/Bonfire of the Vanities Single
>neo-Psychedelia, experimental pop
>already listen to the the crushing majority of those Eps and Albums
Also add Death Be Thy Shepherd to list of 2000's thrash, and replace Reign in Blood with Hell Awaits, and replace Kill 'Em All with Ride The Lightning, the rest of the list is decent
Earth - Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons (1996)
>Stoner Rock, Doom-ish
St. Paul & The Broken Bones - Half the City
>baller as fuck white guy singing
A demo not released for an album thats sure to rock your world. What do you think /mu/ Am i right to get hyped if this is a song that probably isnt on the album?
Here's another "rare" Panda release, not as if you couldn't find it if you knew what to look for, but I doubt almost anyone knows it exists.
Panda Bear Live At ZDB September 2004
>Experimental pop, neo-psychedelia, live versions of stuff that ended up on Person Pitch
https://mega.nz/#!G5diUbqS!vafInZFBvAEmso6n9VXU84uNSDINWNiC0DvEu2GNRTA is correct
Cathedral - The Ethereal Mirror (1993)
>doom metal, GOAT and groovy
Sleep - Complete Discography
>Stoner Doom, Psychedelic, essential
Dimitri From Paris - Sacrebleu (1998)
>downtempo, lounge, house, nu-jazz
>in OGG Vorbis q8
requesting: Boris' Flood in FLAC or Vorbis
Brume - Donkey (2015)
>Doom Metal, Stoner, female vocals
Here are the /classical/ archives.
The links are/were genuine (if they haven't expired, that is), but usually the descriptions aren't. I remember he liked to say everything was some variation of sludge metal.
He was in a lot of sharethreads in 2012, especially the ones where a trip named "I, The Witchfinder" posted in. Here's one I just found from a quick search:
Fair warning, he's called gorespammer for a reason. There's a lot of mutilated dicks and assholes.
Heldon - Interface (1978)
>French instrumental progressive electronic, krautrock (side project of Richard Pinhas)
Not his best album, but Robert Fripp fans should still like it tho.
requesting this sorry being a super dick but can you guys please share this If you have it. Thanks
Long story short
Fluence (1975) (320kbps)
>minimalism, jazz, progressive, early synth
2 long tracks inspired by Eno/Heldon/Tangerine Dream and 1 short jazzy interlude. First project of Pascal Comelade, featuring Richard Pinhas.
Archtree- Unreleased Tracks
>progressive trance, ambient electronic
>my friend made this-core