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Eccentric Orbit - Creation of the Humanoids (2014)

9-09-2014, 07:23

Eccentric Orbit - Creation of the Humanoids (2014)

Artist: Eccentric Orbit
Title Of Album: Creation of the Humanoids
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Symphonic Progressive Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:47:10
Total Size: 108 MB
WebSite: progarchives


01. Breaking Osiris (7:04)
02. Stellar Attraction (5:38)
03. Creation Of The Humanoids (19:38)
Part 1: Atomic War
Part 2: Rise Of The Robots
Part 3: The Order Of Flesh And Blood
Part 4: In Rapport
Part 5: Perfect Machines
04. Marilyn Monrobot (5:07)
05. By Air Express To Venus (9:32)

Line-up / Musicians
- Tom Benson / electric violin, synth mandolin, synth guitar
- Rick Landwehr / drums
- Bill Noland / bass
- Madeleine Noland / wind synth, keyboards
- Mark Cella / drums

Eccentric Orbit is a Massachusetts-based Progressive Rock band with drums, bass, keys, wind-synth, electric violin, guitar synth, and electric mandolin. Our original material is all instrumental with a heavy focus on '70s keyboard sounds. Influences include classic Prog bands like Emerson, Lake & Palmer and King Crimson, as well as the sounds of classic sci-fi films.
This is a four piece USA progrock formation. Some members have played in the progrock bands PYE FYTE (a 'vintage' keyboard heaven) and A TRIGGERING MYTH and on GENTLE GIANT covers albums. The line-up from ECCENTRIC ORBIT is Bill Noland on bass, Madeleine Noland on wind controlled synthesizer and keyboards, Mark Cella on drums and Derek Roeback on keyboards. The music on their debut-album "Attack of the Martians" is a tribute to the sound of EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER ("Trilogy"-era).
Despite the fact that some members played on GENTLE GIANT covers albums, ECCENTRIC ORBIT plays keyboard leaden progrock with strong echoes from ELP, the "Trilogy"-era. The five dynamic compositions feature a propulsive rhythm-section as a base for sumptuous keyboard play with a leading role for the Hammond organ and Moog synthesizers, flight after flight, what a splendid tribute to ELP! In some songs we can trace the sound of the Fender Rhodes electric piano (imagine the legendary intro from "Riders on the Storm" from The DOORS), the Wurlitzer piano and the swinging clavinet. The strong title-track (3 parts) contains a bombastic duel between the Moog and Fender Rhodes. The even longer, very alternating track "Forbidden Planet" (4 parts) starts with a spooky and hypnotizing climate, followed by lots of changes of atmosphere and tempo delivering many waves of a violin-Mellotron and runs on synthesizers, concluded by fragile piano play. Along ELP, this composition also evokes ARS NOVA and other ELP-inspired Japanese bands like SOCIAL TENSION and DEJA VU. The music on this instrumental CD is beyond original but sounds exciting.

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