A Song Across Wires

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A Song Across Wires

Postby Xeno » Sat Aug 24, 2013 11:58 am

BT's ninth studio album released on the 16th of this month, I would have had it earlier but I was waiting for a signed pre-order to arrive in the mail from the Netherlands and it finally got here yesterday. A number of the tracks had been released as singles as far back as 2011 and have had some major work done on them in the album release. The whole thing really is a masterpiece and flows together very nicely. BT's music has always influenced the larger electronic music scene in someway and this is the first time he's drawn direct inspiration from the current state of EDM to make an album. Tracks on this album range from very standard sounding trance to breakbeat and fusion dubstep pieces that surpass anything that has been getting played on the radio or in clubs for a long time. And as an additional treat, BT did a rework of a track he made in 1997 under the pseudonym "Libra" that was called "Anomaly (Calling Your Name)" which was featured in the movies Mortal Kombat: Annihilation and American Pie.

Videos are from an official YouTube channel.

Skylarking
Letting Go
Tomahawk
City Life
Stem The Tides
Tonight
Love Divine
Surrounded
Vervoeren
Calling Your Name
Must Be The Love
Lifeline
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