Modern day composer, Carlos Peron has produced an ode to God?s Creation using his own inimitable style together with a vast array of sounds and technology. Despite being humbled by the subject matter, listening to Peron?s avant-garde creation, one can sense a truly brilliant mind at work. Originally released in 1985, this album is the first essential collaboration between Carlos Peron and Swiss actor Peter Ehrlich from the Viennese Burg theatre. The seven part Genesis, impressively narrated by Ehrlich, was composed by Peron as an oratorio for 1 Yamaha CX 5 Computer, 1 Kurzweil 250 and 1 Oberheim Xpander. "The way I work is like a film director - first there?s the vision of how a song is going to sound. Then the musicians that I surround myself with translate that idea perfectly into sound", observes Carlos Peron. Outsiders occasionally claim that Peron operates like a prison warden, perhaps one reason why his various projects seem so mature. Carlos Peron was the founder of globally renowned cult act Yello, initiator of the world?s first ever video clip, The Evening?s Young from the group?s second album Claro Que Si. Following the fifth Yello album You Gotta Say Yes To Another Excess, which was released as the world?s first ever Compact Disc in 1983, Carlos left the group to embark on an ambitious solo career. Many music critics agree that Yello lost their raw edge with the departure of Peron. Throughout the 80s to the present, Carlos released several critically acclaimed solo records, scored countless films and television programs and has worked as a highly in-demand producer. In 2006, Carlos is scheduled to re-issue his entire back catalogue consisting of 27 albums, which will all be remastered, repackaged and complemented by rare bonus tracks on SPV?s Synthetic Symphony label.