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Aeonica Monumentarium

Senmuth

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 31st, 2008
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
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1. Heaven's Mirror 02:56   instrumental
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2. Rakchi 04:56   instrumental
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3. Dolmens of Caucasus 04:32   instrumental
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4. Kailas 03:13   instrumental
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5. Ziqqurat 06:15   instrumental
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6. Nan-Madol 05:25   instrumental
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7. Precession 02:39   instrumental
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8. Qenko 05:47   instrumental
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9. Petra 04:51   instrumental
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10. Sarcophagus Nandu 05:46   instrumental
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11. Chavin De-Untar 03:16   instrumental
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12. Yonaguni 06:14   instrumental
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13. Saksaywaman 05:03   instrumental
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14. Astronomical Conformity 05:02   instrumental
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15. 13.0.0.0.0. 13:00   instrumental
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Senmuth Guitars, Samples
Read Senmuth - Aeonica... 50% ConorFynes December 21st, 2010

Senmuth - all instruments, samples and programming.

Released online by Ixtlan Industries.

Senmuth's notes on the album:
"The 41st album in the Senmuth discography. Instrumetal dark ethnic/atmospheric music with meditational undertones sees the artist taking on more ambiental paths."

Other notes:
- The song "Kailas" got its name from Mount Kailash, a sacred Hindu mountain considered to be the home of Shiva.
- The song "Nan-Madol" got its name from a ruined city that lies off the eastern shore of the island of Pohnpei.
- The song "Qenko" got its name from a popular Incan ruin in Peru.
- The song "Petra" got its name from an ancient city in Jordan on the side of Mount Hor.
- The song "Chavin De-Untar" got its name from a ruin constructed by a pre-Incan culture around 900 BC.
- The song "Yonaguni" got its name from the westernmost island of Japan.
- The song "Saksaywaman" got its name from an archaelogical ruin in Peru.

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