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The Rise of the Synths (The Official Companion Album), Ep. 1

Various Artists

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1
Triage
Giorgio Moroder; Raney Shockne
2:24
2
Night Stalker
Carpenter Brut
3:41
3
Dead of Night
Dance With The Dead
4:06
4
Rebar (Prologue)
OGRE
3:26
5
A Hero's Journey
Lazerhawk
6:33
6
Stargate
Mega Drive
5:08
7
Appearance of the Mysterious Traveler
Voyag3r
7:32
Total Playing Time    32:50
This is the first of two EPs from The Rise of the Synths, the definitive documentary about 1980s electronic music, nostalgia and the synthwave music scene. The two official companion album EPs feature exclusive unreleased tracks from some of the genre's most influential synthwave artists, including Giorgio Moroder, Raney Shockne, Carpenter Brut, Lazerhawk and Voyag3r.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

Tracks 2, 5, 6 – 44.1 kHz / 16-bit PCM

Executive album producers for Lakeshore Records: Skip Williamson and Brian McNelis
Director of A&R: Eric Craig
Art director, A&R and album producer: John Bergin
Mastered by Frank Riggio at Doznexist

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