Category: Blues Rock

Orbital Perturbation - Secret Saucer - The Reset (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Monsters Exist. And so, apparently, do Orbital. Still (or maybe that should be 'again'). The legendary techno duo’s first LP in six years - and first since their reunion - sees the pair turning in their singular brand of emotive, electronic techno. Monsters Exist will put that new Jon Hopkins album in its place, that’s for sure.
  2. Label: PsyKA Records - PSYKA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock Secret Saucer - The Reset (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(4).
  3. SECRET SAUCER released THE RESET, in This page contains detailed performer credits and artist credits (line-up and band members), songs and tracks list, reviews, information and album cover graphic picture or DVD cover graphic or picture.
  4. Jan 27,  · Hayes is back with the 7 th Secret Saucer record and the first one ever on vinyl! It is amazing this band has been releasing music since It has been 2 years since the last one. This album features 10 shorter tracks and is more synth based with not a lot of guitar and starts off with the solo synth piece called Mercury.
  5. Secret Saucer videos Play all Share. Orbital Perturbation by Secret Saucer - Topic. Secret Saucer - The Reset () (Full Album) by Lunatic Of Pot's Creation.
  6. The problem is that the orbital perturbations you want to see will occur over long timescales -- it will take many years of your simulation to demonstrate them properly. That means you must follow the orbit of the Earth accurately over many revolutions. It is difficult to do this because, as you probably know, you fall between the horns of a.
  7. Born from the ashes of the Strange Daze Festival is an Ohio-based space rock band known as Secret Saucer. The group's music is pure, improvisational, spacerock/krautrock which has been melting brains for 12 years, since the release of the debut 'Element '. A download card is included as an extra.
  8. Jun 03,  · The album shows the band delving further into the electronic soundscapes that they would develop further over the next few years. I think that the lengthy (11'57") A Saucerful of Secrets suite is an excellent example of this and brings together avant-garde electronic experimentation, Rick Wright's "celestial" and spacey organ chords with tiny /5().

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