℗ ℗ 2013 Giancarlo Erra / Nosound
 

Lightdark (Remastered)

Nosound

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
About Butterflies and Children (Remastered)
Nosound
3:03
2
Places Remained (Remastered)
Nosound
4:29
3
The Misplay (Remastered)
Nosound
4:33
4
From Silence to Noise (Remastered)
Nosound
15:32
5
Someone Starts to Fade Away (Remastered)
Nosound
8:56
6
Kites (Remastered)
Nosound
8:29
7
Lightdark (Remastered)
Nosound
8:45
8
Cold Afterall (Remastered)
Nosound
6:15
9
Like The Elephant (Remastered)
Nosound
5:42
10
You Said `i Am..` (Remastered)
Nosound
4:40
11
Clouds (Remastered)
Nosound
10:30
Total Playing Time    1:20:54
“They fascinate with their atmospheric concentration and complex structures.”
- Classic Rock (DE)

"There really is no other way to describe Lightdark - other than exquisite.”
- Progression

A 2018 remastered Kscope label reissue of Nosound’s breakthrough second studio album from 2008.

Highlights include the 15 minute epic "From Silence to Noise", the ethereal "The Misplay" (with cellist Marianne DeChastelaine), and the epic piano/mellotron driven ballad" Someone Starts To Fade Away" (featuring guest vocals from No-Man's Tim Bowness).
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Kscope Studio Masters

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