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Instrumental synthesizer laden, ambient, electronica, new age, experimental, educational music to exit the local universe by -

Instrumental synthesizer laden, ambient, electronica, new age, experimental, educational music to exit the local universe by - Physicists lectures public domain creative commons license Special thanks to MIT Open Courses

Instrumental synthesizer laden, ambient, electronica, new age, experimental, educational music to exit the local universe by -

Instrumental synthesizer laden, ambient, electronica, new age, experimental, educational music to exit the local universe by - Physicists lectures public domain creative commons license Special thanks to MIT Open Courses in Physics (General Relativity & Unified Field), Cosmology, Quantum Theory, Quantum Mechanics, Wave Mechanics etc. Read Mark's blog on Cosmology at Zen Circuitry http://zencircuitry.wordpress.com/2010/10/15/hello-world/

Mark M - all instruments produced, recorded, engineered and mixed at wheresville sound studio by Mark © 2014

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Disassembly Required

Mark Miller

Progressive Rock incorporating some sitar with keyboards & synthesizers with influences that include the Beatles, Pink Floyd, Kings X, Yes, Genesis & Todd Rundgren/Utopia, Alan Parsons Project - Mastered by Ty Tabor at Alien Beans

Tracks 1 thru 7 were inspired by the book "The End of Time / The Next Revolution in Physics" by Julian

Progressive Rock incorporating some sitar with keyboards & synthesizers with influences that include the Beatles, Pink Floyd, Kings X, Yes, Genesis & Todd Rundgren/Utopia, Alan Parsons Project - Mastered by Ty Tabor at Alien Beans

Tracks 1 thru 7 were inspired by the book "The End of Time / The Next Revolution in Physics" by Julian Barbour. The book makes the claim and offers scientific arguments that time is actually an illusion and the universe is in a static state of "timelessness" and that every instant is a total "now". The music and lyrics weave a rollercoaster ride of progressive rock with most of the lyrics dealing with the subject of time. Instruments include standard rock guitar, bass, drums & keyboards but also include the use of sitar with a few flourishes of cello. Jerusalem & Mythria were released previously on "Echoes of Oblivion" but where spruced up with some additional editing & keyboards. Disassembly Required was also mastered by Ty Tabor of Kings X, so those songs as well as the whole album carries a new sonic texture. all instruments & vocals by mark cellos by linda-marie miller cajon, djembe & percussion by danny mcmahon aux percussion by bill stoneback

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Chaos in the Landing Zones

Mark Miller

New millenium progressive rock in the vein of Dark Side of the Moon, Jon Anderson, "Initiation" era Todd Rundgren & Happy The Man with a pinch of King Crimson's early mellotron days

*NOW recieving airplay at ProgRockRadio.com

After nearly 2 1/2 years since releasing Echoes of Oblivion, Mark returns with a new album that is a throw back to the

New millenium progressive rock in the vein of Dark Side of the Moon, Jon Anderson, "Initiation" era Todd Rundgren & Happy The Man with a pinch of King Crimson's early mellotron days

*NOW recieving airplay at ProgRockRadio.com

After nearly 2 1/2 years since releasing Echoes of Oblivion, Mark returns with a new album that is a throw back to the "concept" or "theme" albums of long ago. In the vein of Pink Floyd, King Crimson etc. One recent listener called it a "Dark Side of The Moon for the new millenium". Due to fan request's, this album is in rotation at Prog Rock Radio (progrockradio.com) Complete with refreshing use of the "ancient" synthesizer sounds of moogs, arps & mellotrons contrasted against acoustic guitars. Chaos in the Landing Zones takes off quick and never looks back. The thread is continuous and keeps you curiously wanting to process the spiritual, social and human implications of mankind's modus operandi in a modern world gone seemingly haywire but not without hope and redemption for those who seek an alternate path. With a few obvious tributes such as "Crafty Strands" for under-rated prog giants Happy The Man. Sunhillow en Rotation is a tribute honoring Yes vocalist Jon Anderson's "Olias of Sunhillow". The multi-layered synthesizer extravaganza "A Treatise on White Magic" definately finds Todd Rundgren as a source of inspiration. Anyone that grew up in the 70's that was a fan of progressive rock can't go wrong in scoring this CD. Anyone that appreciates the psycho-acoustic experience of Pink Floyd through headphones will not be disappointed in approaching this work in the same way. Check the samples & decide for yourself.

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