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Cataclysm

CD (Item 857248) Cineploit (Austria), 2016 — Condition: Used
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Oscillotron — Cataclysm ... LP 11.99

Creepy, cataclysmic sounds from Oscillotron – a set that's very much in keeping with their previous attempts to revive an older style of horror film scoring – but at a level that's maybe even better than before! The music here is sublime – maybe in the best territory of soundtrack work by Tangerine Dream or Popol Vuh, with all the spooky tones that might imply – as keyboards move in stark blocks of sound over dark rhythms that are often plodding, but with this forward intensity that makes the music feel as if the whole thing's drawing to some ultra-horrific conclusion! Titles include "Mirage", "Pioneers", "Twilight", "Spiral", "Terminal", and "Cataclysm". (Out of print.)  © 1996-2018, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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