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Oracle Octave Part II: Sirius Mystery

Senmuth

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
2005
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 60%)
1. Digitaria Exilis. Dagon's Star 05:02   instrumental
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2. Laba ozu po. Ozuga po ya. 05:54   Show lyrics
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3. Ie Pilu Tolu 03:20   instrumental
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4. Karma 04:18   instrumental
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5. Sirius Trilogy. Sirius A 04:50   instrumental
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6. Sirius Trilogy. Sirius B 04:29   instrumental
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7. Sirius Trilogy. Sirius C 04:04   instrumental
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8. Trigon Saturn-Jupiter 04:26   instrumental
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9. Megiste Syntaxis III: Almagest 07:56   instrumental
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Band members
Senmuth Guitars, Samples
Guest/Session
Lefthander Vocals (Track 2)
Senmuth Guitars, Samples
Lefthander Vocals (Track 2)
Read Senmuth - Oracle Octave... 60% ConorFynes December 21st, 2010

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Senmuth's notes on the album:
"The gloomy music consecrating the light of the stars of Sirius... The Dogon people and their spells..."

Other notes:
- The "Sirius Trilogy" songs all got their names from various stars in the Sirius star system.
- The song "Megiste Syntaxis III: Almagest" got its name from the Latin name of a mathematical and astronomical treatise proposing the motions of the stars and planetary paths.
- "Megiste Syntaxis III: Almagest" is also a continuation of the previous two "Megiste Syntaxis" series of songs on RXG-242-11.

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