Artist/ Band: Auroris
Title: Cryogenic Dreams
Label: Self Release
Year of Release: 2006
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The Review:

Part of the package that Tony a.k.a. Auroris sent me was the second cd from 2006 called Cryogenic Dreams. Just like before itís housed in a slim-line case which is really unimportant because the music within is what truly matters. There is some slight differences on this album, Tony has expanded the musical style from spacey electronica to include some symphonic rock. So this time around the mix is equal parts Ozric Tentacles, Pink Floyd, Hawkwind plus Genesis. Just as the previous release, this is an all instrumental album which makes a pleasant aural journey.

Most of the songs are just under the eight minute mark with the exception of one song that is just over ten minutes. From that epic, known as Eon and the next two tracks (Deep Blue Slumeber and Time Waves) contains a more symphonic rock vibe (just think Ozric Tentacles with Steve Hackett on board).

I personally enjoy Cryogenic Dreams over Recycled Space Debris because of the symphonic content but both are enjoyable for any fan of the above bands. Heck, both titles will be a welcomed addition to your music collection.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on October 6th, 2006

Tracks:

1. Cerebral Vortex
2. Aeon
3. Deep Blue Slumber
4. Time Waves
5. Cruel Gravity
6. Star Wobble
7. Cryogenesis
8. Mothership

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