Requiem for Recycled Earth

by James Ferraro

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ihavefivehat Majestic, tragic, frightening, intricate, and empty. Beauty cloaking hollowness. This music makes me very sad. I've listened many times and I feel like I've barely scratched the surface. Favorite track: Cyber Seed.
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piqueniquepants This entire album in its entirety is my new favorite song. Kudos and bravo times infinity.
Camille A.
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Camille A. a tasteful bit from future Favorite track: Recycled Sky.
1002
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1002 light in dark places Favorite track: Deleted Biosphere.
Simon Gould
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Simon Gould Ferraro's composition skills hit new highs with the subtle and intricate 'Requiem'. Ferraro has always been good at challenging himself to new modes of expression (see his brave genre jumps from 2011 onward) and here he perfects his latest classical phase with a record that bears repeated close listens.
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Ian Lovdahl a future classic, a current personal favorite
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Requiem for Recycled Earth is the long awaited follow up to the
Overture EP and the first of four main musical parts in the Four Pieces for Mirai sequence.

a 57 min long opus into ecocide and planetary divorce

*includes two bonus tracks Gaia Wept Effluent and Spawn of Hate with this download

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released May 3, 2019

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