Distant Satellites -Ltd- Box set
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Distant Satellites is the highly anticipated follow up to ANATHEMA's critically acclaimed 2012's Weather Systems and last year's stunning concert film Universal directed by Lasse Hoile. distant satellites was recorded at Cederberg Studios in Oslo with favoured producer Christer-André Cederberg. Alongside additional mixing by Grammy Nominated Steven Wilson, ANATHEMA also brought in the legendary services of Dave Stewart (Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson) to create the new album's extraordinary orchestral arrangements. Distant Satellites will be instantly recognisable to ANATHEMA's global army of ardent disciples as another chapter in this band's remarkable story. With a few strides into uncharted territory, not least the electronica-driven surge of the album's stunning title track, distant satellites will surely be recognised as not only their finest album to date but as one of the most celebrated and lauded albums of 2014.
The album is being released as a 3 Disc Deluxe 44 page hardback book in rigid slipcase (CD 2 x DVD-V) which features the studio album DTS 5.1 Surround / Dolby AC3 5.1 Surround / 48/24 Stereo LPCM DVD-V mixed by Jens Bogren (Opeth) & Making Of 'distant satellites' DVD all housed in 44 page heavyweight hardback book
CD1. The Lost Song part 1 (5:54)
2. The Lost Song part 2 (5:45)
3. Dusk (dark is descending) (6:00)
4. Ariel (6:29)
5. The Lost Song part 3 (5:22)
6. Anathema (6:41)
7. You're Not Alone (3:27)
8. Firelight (2:43)
9. Distant Satellites (8:18)
10. Take Shelter (6:07)
DVDDistant Satellites 5.1 (mixed by Jens Bogren) / 24-bit Hi-Res Stereo
DVD-VThe making of Distant Satellites
Top Customer Reviews
I'm a long term fan of Anathema, musically I've grown in parallel with this band. I love their music and I love that fact that their music nearly always takes time to sink in and take hold.
Every time I hear a new release by Anathema it feels like they've moved in a slightly different direction. It usually jars at first before finally getting under my skin and ending up being my favourite album for some considerable time. Whether Distant Satellites will or not, I guess I'll have to be patient and wait to find out. Even Weather Systems took time for me to fully appreciate.
As for the Christina (three stars), I fully agree with you that people have been either very quick to praise or brand it boring (how you can say that within 24 hours of an album's release bemuses me). It is however a bit patronising to suggest that the people who loved the previous album were new to Anathema, and I fully disagree that it sounded as though We're here... was a B-sides album.
I'll leave the detailed descriptions of the album to others, personally I believe people should listen and make up their own minds, we all hear albums slightly differently. What I will say is that this does strike me as another grower which requires you to invest time in order to get the most from it. Some of the earlier tracks are of a similar style to Weather Systems (i.e. Ariel with it duet) however the more digital production on the latter tracks leads the listener somewhere new.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my first experience of Anathema. The review in prog Rock was spot on and I now find myself liking another superb band.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer