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Voices - Vangelis - Voices (CD, Album)
Well, once again Vangelis has pulled it off on this CD, but more - he shows us aspects of three other artists that we might never have seen otherwise. All his "trademark" styles are here, but with the addition of human voices other than Jon Anderson/5().
Vangelis Album by Album discussion


Label: Atlantic - 82853-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop, Ambient, New Age

Take No Prisoners - Mammutant - Atomizer (CD, Album), Own Lane - Vex Ruffin - Conveyor (Vinyl, LP, Album), Patterns Keep Occuring - Kazuki (12) - Sinister Sunrise (File, MP3), First Night Out - Eric Serra - La Femme Nikita (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Cassette, Album, Some Of These Days - Various - Dixieland At Its Best (Vinyl, LP), Take That - You Fiend! - The Villains - The Batman Theme (Vinyl, LP, Album), Angella Dean - World X (Vinyl), E (4) - A Man Called (E) (Cassette, Album), This Is How Your Hell Will Sound - Daniel G. Harmann - White Mountains (CD, Album)

It’s a nice, easy piece, featuring alternate synth and wind-like instrumental leads. It could easily have fit on one of Vangelis’ soundtrack. Altogether, “Voices” has full sound quality, almost symphonic in places. It uses different vocalizations to maximum effect. I wouldn’t in any way classify this as a New Age album/5().
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