Subgénero: Electrónica/espacial/sintetista. Instrumental.
Este disco ya había sido posteado antes, aunque se trataba de un rip de 192 kbps. En esta ocasión se ofrece un rip en formato FLAC (copia clónica, sin pérdida, del CD original), y otro en MP3 a 320 kbps.
Último disco con Carlos Guirao. Todos los discos subsiguientes de Neuronium fueron obra de Michel Huygen. A propósito, en este hilo el propio Carlos explica las amargas razones que lo empujaron a abandonar el grupo.
Más información aquí: http://progressiverockcentral.com/2012/01/17/spanish-electronic-music-pioneer-carlos-guirao-dies
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Year of release: 1982
Sub-genre: Electronic/spacey/synthetist. Instrumental.
Comments:This album has alredy been posted here before, but it was at 192 kbps rip. This time, a lossless rip (in FLAC format) as well as a 320 kbps rip have been uploaded.Last album with Carlos Guirao in the line-up. Every Neuronium album afterwards has been the work of Michel Huygen. By the way, if you happen to speak spanish, on this thread the own Carlos explains the reasons why he left the group. If you do not, he says, essentially, that it was a matter of "ego, ego and more ego" and that Chromium Echoes had a lot of tension (he doesn't explain if it was the album itself or the atmosphere in which it was recorded...) that he didn't like at all. He also says that Michel had a one hour TV program at the time and asked him to help him out; Carlos agreed and they rehearsed for a few weeks, and everything was ok. The TV program went fine, but when they went back to the rehearsal room and he set up all his equipment, Michel told him that he didn't need him anymore.
UPDATE: It is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Carlos Guirao finally lost his battle with cancer last January 17th. Rest in peace, wherever you are.
More information here (in English): http://progressiverockcentral.com/2012/01/17/spanish-electronic-music-pioneer-carlos-guirao-dies
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