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Chaostar

Chaostar

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
2000
Catalog ID:
HOLY57CD
Label:
Holy Records
Format:
CD
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2. An Electric Storm of Thoughts 05:15   Show lyrics
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3. No Gravity 06:21   Show lyrics
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4. The Field of Ante Cun 07:47   Show lyrics
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5. The Accident in Ambere 05:46   Show lyrics
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6. Time Was Running Out 04:56   Show lyrics
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7. The First Meeting 06:28   Show lyrics
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8. Finale 03:44   Show lyrics
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Band members
Christos Antoniou Samples, Lyrics
Natalie Rassoulis Vocals
Sotiris Vayenas Vocals, Lyrics
Spiros Antoniou Vocals
Guest/Session
Michael Papadopoulos Violin
Miscellaneous staff
Ian Hodge Engineering
Bruno "The Wizard" Cruel Mastering
Tsiappas Photography
Spiros Antoniou Artwork, Layout
Christos Antoniou Producer
Lambros Sfiris Engineering, Producer
Christos Antoniou Samples, Lyrics
Natalie Rassoulis Vocals
Sotiris Vayenas Vocals, Lyrics
Spiros Antoniou Vocals
Ian Hodge Engineering
Bruno "The Wizard" Cruel Mastering
Tsiappas Photography
Spiros Antoniou Artwork, Layout
Christos Antoniou Producer
Lambros Sfiris Engineering, Producer
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HOLY 57 CD

Chaostar recorded and mixed at Praxis studio.

Violin sections on The Electric Storms Of Thoughts recorded
in "Vestry Halls" studios in London
Mastered at Top Master (France)
Executive Producer: Holy Records

Music composed and Orchestrated by Christos Antoniou

Latin texts taken by Requiem Mass (Dies Irae, Confutatis, Liber Scriptus)
all the other Latin texts by Christos Antoniou

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Barcode: 4001617256121

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