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Senmuth > Oracle Octave Part I: Orion Mystery
Senmuth - Oracle Octave Part I: Orion Mystery
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Oracle Octave Part I: Orion Mystery

Senmuth

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
2005
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 70%)
1. Kerkahsor 04:13   instrumental
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2. DIN.GIR 06:53   instrumental
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3. Orientalia. Hermetica. 10450. 05:20   instrumental
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4. Horizont of Gize 05:31   instrumental
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5. Orion Trilogy. Al Nitak 04:11   instrumental
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6. Orion Trilogy. Al Nilam 04:02   instrumental
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7. Orion Trilogy. Mintaka 02:36   instrumental
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8. Cygnus XR-1 01:38   instrumental
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9. Astral Conception of Soul's Path 07:25   instrumental
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Senmuth Guitars, Samples
Read Senmuth - Oracle Octave... 70% ConorFynes December 21st, 2010

Senmuth - all instruments, samples and programming.

Released online by Ixtlan Industries.

Senmuth's notes on the album:
"Dark instrumental music, lights lit up the stars of Orion... ...Bright ideas under mysterious music..."

Other notes:
- The song "DIN.GIR" got its name from the Sumerian ideogram for a God (Dingir).
- The "Orion Trilogy" songs all got their names from various stars in the Orion constellation.
- The song "Cygnus XR-1" got its name from Cygnus X-1, a well known galactic X-ray source in the constellation Cygnus.

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