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Song Title Time Price
  1. Introduction 5:52£0.99  Buy MP3 
  2. Infinite Resignation 6:59£0.99  Buy MP3 
  3. The Henge / Ascension11:15Album Only
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  5. Cepheid14:29Album Only

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Not sure how no one has got around to reviewing this amazing album yet 4 Sept. 2008
By J. Haselton - Published on
Format: Audio CD
If you are familiar with the work of Zombi, then this should be a no brainer. If you are not yet acquainted with Zombi, do yourself a favor and check them out as well. Steve Moore, who is one half of Zombi, provides us with a hauntingly atmospheric instrumental solo album. Steve is a modern day mastermind who creates beautiful music using analog synthesizers (among other instruments) reminiscent of the sounds old Tangerine Dream and John Carpenter (for lack of a better description). The first two tracks "Introduction" followed by "Infinite Resignation" will immediately draw you in. Be careful, you may get caught in a trance before you jump out of your skin during the opening of the title track "The Henge". The second half of the album begins with the delicate "Dead Tide" before plunging into the unexpected "Cepheid" which shifts the album into an upbeat dance mode that morphs into an eerie conclusion. Turn the lights off, close your eyes, and open your ears and imagination. Enjoy and don't forget to check out Steve's music on myspace including his work with Zombi and his side project Lovelock.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
For Fans of Zombi, Goblin, Vangelis, etc. 2 Feb. 2013
By Chris Bloom - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Zombi is Steve Moore on keyboards, bass and samples, and Anthony Paterra on drums.

Zombi takes their name from the european name for the movie "Dawn of the Dead." The score for "Zombi" was done by the legendary Italian band, "Goblin." Zombi is in named in tribute of this chain of events.

I got interested in Zombi because of their involvement with Maserati. I am a diehard Maserati fan, and a disciple of Jerry Fuchs. Steve Moore engineered the Maserati album, "Pyramid of the Sun." After buying, listening to, and liking all of Zombi's work, the next logical step was to start listening to Steve Moore's solo stuff.

Though I get the idea that Steve Moore does what he wants when it comes to Zombi's material, with his solo stuff he has absolute freedom to go where no keyboard has gone before. Free from the restraints of human drumming (though A.E. Paterra has got to be a cyborg), Moore is able to use those analog synths to take his music to a different dimension.

The album starts with a triumphant clarion call, and moves immediately into an ominous, dark space vacuum that you feel you may not get out of. This is a darker, more evil Star Wars. Darth Vader wins, Luke Skywalker puts on his black war paint and summarily executes Chewy, C3PO and R2D2. He gets in his spaceship and drives through hyperspace straight into the heart of the sun. "What are you doing, Dave?" HAL3000's red eye glows so bright that the side of the space ship melts and Dave is sucked into the void. The drums sound as deep as a newly born universe, the keyboard lines float on top of one another creating the feel of being lost in a blizzard and feeling overwhelmed and awed by the power of nature. You live inside your favorite video game forever. Blade Runner becomes your reality.
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