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mind.in.a.box - Memories flac album
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mind.in.a.box - Memories flac album

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Album:
Memories
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Style:
Electro, Synth-pop
MP3 archive size:
1512 mb
FLAC archive size:
1306 mb
Other formats:
VQF AUD FLAC AU AA MIDI DMF
Rating:
4.9
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216

Tracklist

Travel Guide 4:47
I Knew 4:58
Unforgiving World 5:41
No Hope 6:17
Synchronize 5:02
Bad Dreams 5:26
Silent Pain 6:28
Timelessness 5:21
Face It 3:03
Up There 4:43
Pedro 4:44
Shake-Up 6:27
5ynchr0ni7e 6:05

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DWM003 mind.in.a.box Memories ‎(CD, Album) Dreamweb Music DWM003 Austria 2015
none Mind.In.A.Box Memories ‎(13xFile, FLAC, Album) Dreamweb Music none Europe 2015
MET 972 Mind.In.A.Box Memories ‎(CD, Album) Metropolis MET 972 US 2015


Box Album: Broken Legacies Label: THYX Records. Седьмой студийный альбом австрийского проекта Mind. Box вышел в свет 13 октября 2017 года. Как всегда в своем творчестве группа смешивает прогрессивную электронную музыку с множеством элементов и деталей. Box - Revelations (2012)

box from Austria are one of the few remaining pure electronic/synthpop bands that are still making relevant and powerful modern music that isn’t lodged in the past. After a wait of over 3 years during which time singer/songwriter Stefan Poiss concentrated on his side-project THYX (pronounced Thix for anyone interested), MAIB return with another solid chapter in the story of Mr Black and Mr White in the near future-noir world of The Agency. Influences range from Blade Runner to the twisted, confused psychology of A Scanner Darkly

Two years in preparation, mind. box releasing the next chapter in the story. Broken Legacies takes the narrative twenty years backwards in time, to when The Friend created The System. The album content will touch on, and clarify, several major themes from previous albums, including The Friend's split away from The Agency, the formation of the Rebels, and the discovery of the Dreamweb. released November 13, 2017.

box скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню mind. box - You Will See, mind. box - Stalkers, mind. box - 8 Bits, Mind In A Box - Give Me My Life, mind. box - I Love 64 и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. box –What Used to Be. 5:51. box –Last Ninja 3. 5:34. box –Beyond the World. 5:38. 4:18. box –Lost Alone 2. 4:48. Mind In A Box –Lament for Lost Dreams.

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Формат: FLAC, (image . ue), lossless Год выпуска: 2009 Страна: Sweden Жанр: Gothic Metal Продолжительность: 00:57:11 Описание: 01. Farewell 04:10 02.

Artist: Black Box Memories Album: Transmissions Release date: 12 May 2017 Label: Sumatran Black Records. With this in mind, it is quite surprising to hear how well this album fits together. Transmissions doesn’t seem like a compiling of loose ends. It feels like a proper full length, given all the care and planning with which such a venture usually entails. There is no lack of interesting moments on Transmissions. Black Box Memories may stick to a familiar palette throughout the album, but it never stales. By the end, it is quite reasonable to still hunger for more. On all fronts, Transmissions is a successful side-project

Box (Musical Group) Music Video (TV Genre) futurepop Cyberpunk (TV Genre) synthwave artists electro wave new retro wave 2018 synthwave songs retrowave radio retrowave car newretrowave albums. Johnny Bea5 месяцев назад. an Poiss Is that meant to be 'The Friend' working on something for the Agency, then it flashes forward to when he disappeared and now Mr. White is taking over the project? L e m o o n8 месяцев назад. VOLGIN DYNAMO11 месяцев назад.

  • This has been rated as their best album to date by others. First listen, so far it sounds great and greater than before. Growing, progressing to something more epic. The journey is more emotional, the melody seeking, out stretching into fast paced and pounding industrial, futuristic 'retro wave' worlds. The synth lines really carry this album to new levels, far beyond previous works, and the lyrics are as strong as ever. It just seems to all fit together. Truly their best album.

  • This is in my opinion their best album and the one that tugs at the heartstrings the most. mind.in.a.box deals with intensely dark emotions but in a beautiful and touching way that at the same time inspires hope.There is so much depth to the music, so many layers to it, both to the story in it and the production. But the melodies and vocals help give it a very approachable feeling and it's definitely very listenable. For me the most striking quality about mind.in.a.box is their ability to draw you in and keep you in their world as you listen.I cannot listen to memories without crying, because the album forces me to feel what the protagonist is going through and it is simply heartbreaking, and by the end of the album you're left almost feeling a bit devastated.This is their strongest effort and out of all the "futurepop" bands out there, mind.in.a.box stand as the best.

  • For over ten years, Mind.In.A.Box have been bringing us the continuing saga of The Agency versus The Rebels and the fantastical world of the Dreamweb. Now that so many episodes have been released (this makes five), we're drawn further into the dangerous process of crossing between these places. This music is a soundtrack done to perfection, a dark electronic realm where circuits and cryogenics move in and out of one another and the only place to find refuge is within one's own mind. Their love of creating multiple characters through the usage of vocal manipulation has become almost seamless, even though it may the same person speaking or singing you share their struggles and triumphs. Although there aren't many of the latter to be heard here.'Memories' could have easily been called 'memoirs'; Mr. Black's specifically. From the start it became apparent to me that both he and the psychotic Mr. White are the same person. One chronicles, the other kills. Mercilessly on both counts. The music which the band have composed to breathe life into such a mentality has been showing hints of humanity to it, as though the songs much like their subjects are beginning to crack under the strain. Their previous record began this process and now this one adds another element to the volatile mixture: minimalism. It's a stark state of affairs our protagonists have found themselves in, what has it all been for and just when did it become so saturated by nihilism. This sort of literary device recalls Dr. Jekyl and his alter ego; while by day there is the safety of sanity by night all hell is unleashed. To the audience it is glaringly obvious what's going on but for poor Mr.Black/White there is no realization. For their part, the band reveal more range and dexterity in their compositions than ever before. 'Memories' is that rarest of creatures: an album which is more than justified by it's length. Not once have I been bored or felt the need to take it off because everything's getting too similar. There are nuanced bridges between low and high tempos moments, the mixing and production once more demonstrate just what a lethal dark electro formation they have evolved into. While their side project THYX navigates more retrograde elements and features a pop sheen, Mind.In.A.Box have no time for it. They have a tale to tell and deliciously intricate creations for us to explore for hours on end; a place to become lost in and also one in which to sit back and marvel at such technological feats.I'll return to an earlier point, this group have become the definition of musical evolution in their scene. They're the only ones left who as soon as I finished listening to what they'd just done felt the compulsion to play everything I own by them. Yes yes, some of you other die-hard fans out there are no doubt saying that other stories have been available on the band's website in their hidden section for years... there are some things one must just hear in the full context, however. While these tales are engaging on paper (indeed some of us have printed them out), with Mind.In.A.Box providing the score everything becomes a palpable meditation on how easily humanity could lose it's humanity. Within each of these entries, Markus Hadwiger and Stefan Poiss channel the abject isolation of this modern age.Here in these towers of concrete and steel and past the clever veneer of sinuous digital escape we are imprisoned. Those teeming masses surging below our eyes in the streets hurriedly rush through the city's twilight as if they know this all too well... each heartbeat cut off from everyone around them, drifting forever alone in the crowd.