Stelladrine - You'll Never See Your World Again

Stelladrine - You'll Never See Your World Again

Release date: September 28, 2005
Format: CD, clear jewel case, 550 copies

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April 05, 2006

A glance at the song titles on Stelladrine's You'll Never See Your World Again might give you an inkling as to this projects background...tracks like "Destination Earth", "Astrosurfers of Tomorrow", and "Attack of The Radioactive Freaks" do little to hide Stelladrine's total immersion in old-school 1950's Sci-Fi B-movie culture. These 11 tracks mix together extended ambient drones and spaced-out cosmic ambient electronics swirling around your head, spacey theremin freakouts, weird, sorta "surfy" robotic instrumental rock, glitchy electronic cut-up, and lots of looped sci-fi film soundbytes and collaged soundtrack edits, creating a weird sort of film-score instrumental post rock/electronica that evokes visions of all kinds of mad scientists, rocketships, and bug-eyed aliens, served up as homage to the Golden Age of Science Fiction. You definitely need to be a fan of this era of science fiction cinema to really appreciate what Stelladrine has done here, capturing the retro electronic vibes of movies like This island Earth and The Day The Earth Stood Still as pure, cathode-ray, late night ambience. We think this album is alot of fun, and retro sci-fi soundtrack fans will love this stuff.

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