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Yage - The Woodlands Of Old FLAC Performer: Yage
Album: The Woodlands Of Old
Country: UK
Released: 19 Sep 2008
Style: Abstract, Experimental, Ambient
Label: fsoldigital.com
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: CD TOT 60, CDTOT60
Size FLAC: 2219 mb.
Size MP3: 1373 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 647
Record Source: CD, Album


1Haxaal's Dream4:03
2Heavily He Flies4:12
3Dry Wind Blown3:44
5Who Had Such Foolish Care3:58
6The Dark Pines3:16
7The Yage Letters
Written-By – White
8Humbled Before Your Presence3:24
9Unsettling Sky2:44
10Circle The Corn3:02
11An Odd Question From A Forest Bird3:33
12From Thunder That Shakes3:21
13Crow Hushing The Floating Woods5:18
14The Hunter's Moon3:22
15The Mahogany Tree (Shelterd)2:39
16Mountain Cloud Descending3:58
17A Welcome Beneath Night's Darkness0:59
18The Woodlands Of Old4:12
19The Sun Lends Warmth And Comfort2:32
21He Laughed Himself To The Centre5:54


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneYage The Woodlands Of Old ‎(21xFile, MP3)fsoldigital.comnoneUK2008


  • ArtworkLysa Bartlett
  • Written-By, Engineer, ProducerYage


FSOL Digital Recordings 2008, published by Future Song Publishing
Distributed by Pinnacle, made in England
Manufactured and Marketed by Passion Music Ltd.

Category on spine/back: CD TOT 60
Category on CD: CDTOT60


  • Barcode (Printed): 5 013993 906025
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5013993906025
  • Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn Ltd CDTOT60 01
  • Other (SID Mastering Code): IFPI L136


  • Published By – Future Song Publishing
  • Distributed By – Pinnacle
  • Manufactured By – Passion Music Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Passion Music Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – EDC Blackburn Ltd


FSOL took the high road into the Alps covering the old grounds of Harmonia, Roedelius and space rock. This is darker but much more interesting fusion of abstract and vintage 1970s ideology rolled into a rhythmic and atmospheric tonic served chilled.
One of my favorite side project these guys have recorded and proof the duo was more diverse than many IDM acts that are complacent with 4 on the floor beats and a 303 bassline!
Being a HUGE fan of FSOL, I don't like this release. The vibe is dark and sinister throughout, and sort of different from their usual sound to the point where I find it almost unrecognizable. Definitely a move into a new direction for the guys, and I am not sure I am gonna follow. :)
the best release, from these guys, in my humble opinion!
A masterpiece.