Alpha III "Ruinas Circulares"

Alpha III "Ruinas Circulares"

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Alpha III
Ruinas Circulares
Faunus (Brazil) 1987
529.404.068 (LP)
sleeve : EX+(slightly wear on corner.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly noises caused by slightly hairlines.)

This is the 3rd album released in 1987 by the Brazilian progressive rock group Alpha III. In this work, a variety of synthesizers, including the Yamaha DX-7 and Korg Poly 800, are extensively used to create a mind-bending electronic music that resonates with the electronic music scenes of Germany and France. The album features several remarkable tracks, such as A1, which transitions from a delightful synth introduction reminiscent of bubbling bubbles into a krautrock-infused symphonic sound. A2 offers a contrast between delicate machine rhythms and melancholic FM synthesizer sounds, creating a fantastical atmosphere. B5 stands out with its resonant synth sounds traversing the sonic space. The album overall evokes a sense of fantasy, akin to the dramatic compositions reminiscent of Egberto Gismonti, and the artwork on the sleeve aligns with this fantastical theme. It's a symphonic electronic music piece with a dramatic, uplifting quality.

A1: a Viagem
B5: Danca Para a Eternidade

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