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Ctephin - Alchemy FLAC

Ctephin - Alchemy FLAC Performer: Ctephin
Album: Alchemy
Country: US
Released: 27 May 2006
Style: Experimental, Ambient
Label: Roil Noise Offensive
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: RNOCDR035
Size FLAC: 1400 mb.
Size MP3: 2384 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 373
Record Source: 2 × CDr, Mini, Limited Edition




Tracklist


1Thee Chemical Wedding10:35
2Salt7:07
3Sulphur6:55
4Mercury7:03
5Lions and Eagles8:35


Notes


Includes insert, vinyl stickers, frankincense and charcoal.
Limited edition of 50.

A 2x 3" cdr release packaged in a tin case with two stickers and instructions on how you should play the ambient music while burning the incense. Each tin comes with light charcoal for burning the incense on. I’m not sure if all the incense is the same but my release carries frankincense with it to burn.

I have nearly every piece of ambient music Ctephin has done and I will say that this is his darkest and creepiest material ever. I burned my incense with my wife while listening to this and using our Tarot cards, just to get the mood right, as instructed. The sounds carried through our house and echoed into our minds while the smell from the incense put the mood even more relaxing. I almost got high too. Pretty good purchase I’d say, cheaper than weed. The ambient tones are so dark that it actually put me into a dream-trance when I closed my eyes. Disc 2, Track 1 is more loop and musical based and I love this track so much. It's like old soft industrial music for your pineal gland. Memories came and went as the tracks progressed, I shit you not. It works! The 2nd track from Disc 2 is probably the loudest one on here, but that's mainly due to the extra static noise, it's still ambient.I don’t know how Stephin did it but he probably was high himself and each track is different enough that it can create different atmospheres for everyone, just as long as you burn the incense with it.

The release is limited to 50 copies, which is pretty awesome considering all the incense there is in each tin. This is by far the most professional looking tin-box release I have seen to date and it’s no surprise what label it comes from. Perfect.