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Dec 13, 2012 | 3:00 PM EST
File Info
Song
12.2 MB
5 min 19 sec
Score
4.66 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.66 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Other - Fusion
Tags:
memories
ambient
glitch
idm

Author Comments

"Bring it back to Earth"
"Bring him back to Earth"

Emblok: A device that imparts memories into the regrown brain, just like uploading content into a computer's random access memory.

"
It was hard to believe that Rufeu had been killed nine years ago. As he sat with us over a glass of wine, he barely looked six years old today...
"Could have been worse, of course - they say if you die when you're fifty or so, you can still be trying to get everything back off your emblok when you're thirty..."

He fingered the black knob, no bigger than the nail of his little finger, behind his ear, from which all the copied memories of his first lifetime played back slowly into his brain.

"

Term by John Barnes from his book, Earth Made of Glass.

This track was for a, now deflated, compilation. From a few years ago.

Reviews


InsanctuaryInsanctuary

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love you. AloysiusRexford. Always. Forever. My music is mostly inspired by your works from way back in 2010.

This music reminds me of a scientific procedure that is going on in the outer universe. Many practices and tests are made inside the outer universe. The voices, the effects and the soundscape definately calls me to the astronauts floating in space. Then coming down to share their findings with earthly people.

Take care brother.


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Lapse responds:

Hey man, it's been a while. Much love to you.

I was actually listening to your music earlier today, didn't get a chance to leave any reviews because I was getting ready to leave home. You've shaped nicely.

Your words have always been welcomed.

Stay well.