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Reminiscence
Lunascape
Reminiscence
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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Includes the theme songs from "SOS Planet" and "Haunted Castle 3D" movies as well as the Billboard hit single "Mindstalking" and the Top 10 song "Tears From the Moon."

     
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All Artists: Lunascape
Title: Reminiscence
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Dancing Ferret
Original Release Date: 7/16/2007
Release Date: 7/16/2007
Album Type: Enhanced
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 687132081529

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Includes the theme songs from "SOS Planet" and "Haunted Castle 3D" movies as well as the Billboard hit single "Mindstalking" and the Top 10 song "Tears From the Moon."

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Excellent relaxation music
Elak Swindell | Georgia USA | 12/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Lunascape is a Belgium group that needs more global attention. Most people don't even know them unless they've had a chance to hear "Lane Navichi" from the great IMAX 3D film "Haunted Castle". "Reminiscences" is a best-of compilation album, collecting songs from "Reflecting Seyelence" and "Mindstalking", the groups first two albums. "Mindstalking" is still available, though the CD single is more dominant and comes up the most in Net searches. "Reflecting" is impossible to find now on the web, at least it was when I recently did an extensive search for the album. So, having "Reminiscenes" is great, but for a compilation, it should have had every song from the last two albums on it instead of just 12 tracks. At least these are excellent songs, with "Lane Navichi" and "Tears From The Moon" being the best (in my opinion). Kyoko Baertsoen has a powerfully beautiful voice. At times, she sounds similiar to Dolores O'Riordan from "The Cranberries", other times like Sinead O'Connor, then you mix in a bit of "Enya", "Delerium" and "Enigma". Put all that together and "Lunascape" is created. For those that have heard and love the "Lane Navichi" song, only the few lines of the song are in English, as well as the ending, all the rest is improvisational gibberish. Hard to tell, isn't it? I always think Kyoko's words sound Gaelic. Anyway, this is an excellent album and worth having if you like the singers and groups I mentioned."
Enchanting Perfection
Rebecca Johnson | Washington State | 12/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

""It just ain't fair
This thing called Loving
When one's still there
And the Other feels nothing
I would have done
Anything for you
I still love you, Baby I do
All day I keep
From falling apart
But at night
When the sky gets dark
Tears from the Moon
Fall down like rain
I reach for you
I reach in vain"

Lunascape invites you into an ambient world of trip hop shimmering with mystery and revelation. Kyoko Baertsoen's sweet vocals have a sultry edge and velvety texture that dances as easily in the darkness as the light.

You can imagine the words of "Carolyn" drifting across an open sea or dream of listening to "Tears from the Moon" on a ship sailing to exotic destination.

"Your Shadow" is exotic and intimate with creative lyrics and slips of sound that seem to layer over each other in a dance of longing and unveiling. Kyoko Baertsoen's vocals are breathlessly beautiful and mingle exquisitely with enchanting lyrics.

"Shadow
Illuminate your soul
Illuminate your soul
Expose the shade
Liquefy your heart
Drown the pain
Fairylight of love
Fades away
The trifle above
Your Shadow
I can never see your
Shadow at night"

This finely crafted album is one that can appeal to fans who love everything from trip hop to ambient escapes. The songs range from darkly sexy to sweetly elegant, but always have a sensuous edge.

If you enjoy Balligomingo and Delerium, this should impress you. I've been beyond impressed and have listened to this album all week, more than once a day!

Highly Collectible! Look for their next album in the spring...

~The Rebecca Review
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Lunascape is enchanting
Luna Star | Chicago, IL United States | 08/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Lunascape's "Reminiscence" is one of the best cds I've heard all year. Trip hop music at some of its finest! There's not a bad song on this album, but, my favorites are:

Track # 2 "Praise Me" -- Such an infectious hook that you'll be singing it for months...years...

Track #3 "Tears From the Moon" -- Brilliant. This song belonged to Lunascape first, not Sinead O' Connor. Kyoko's voice carries this song much better. Haunting and beautiful.

Track #4 "Your Shadow" -- Another great song...but everything on this album is great! It's really hard to choose favorites.

This album won't be leaving my cd player for a long time...

If you like "Lunascape", you'll love Imogen Heap's new album "Speak for Yourself". That one's unfortunately not available in the U.S. yet, but you can order it from [...]

Anyway, after listening to Lunascape's "Reminiscence", I'll be importing their first two albums "Reflecting Seyelence" and "Mindstalking". Perhaps, now that Lunascape has made their US debut, we'll get rereleases of their first two albums for the US market. Buy "Reminiscence"! Show that the US has good taste in music! If they sell enough of these, it will compel them to release the other albums over here.

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