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8 thoughts on “ Conjure One - Conjure One (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Conjure One on Discogs. Label: Nettwerk - 5 2 • Format: CD Album CD • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Progressive House, Progressive Trance/5(21).
  2. Going by the moniker Conjure One in , Fulber traveled around the world for a three-year period, absorbing all sorts of world music for an interesting electronic sound. Redemption marked Conjure One's proper debut in A year later, Fulber joined Sinéad O'Connor, Poe, and Israeli singer Chemda for a self-titled second album.
  3. Conjure One's first album is a beautiful introduction to their sound - surreal, spacious, with a bit of a Middle Eastern flair. There are several "similar" bands out there, like Balligomingo, Delerium and Dreamside, and I like them as well, but C1 is truly in a class by itself as its sound is /5().
  4. Conjure One, an Album by Conjure One. Released 17 September on Nettwerk America (catalog no. 0 2 4; CD). Genres: Ambient Pop, Downtempo. Featured peformers: Rhys Fulber (producer, programming), Paul Silveira (editing), Greg Collins (editing), Carmen Rizzo (editing), Alex Aligizakis (editing), Zack Blackstone (assistant engineer), Charlie Thiebaud (assistant engineer), Chris.
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  6. Jan 01,  · Exilarch is the third album by Conjure One, a project of Canadian electronic musician and producer Rhys Fulber. The album was initially released as a worldwide digital download on October 19, , while the physical release was made available in the US on November 9, The CD was eventually also released in UK and Europe on April 15, /5(60).
  7. Aug 30,  · Conjure One's first album was great, and Exilarch (the album following Extraordinary Ways) is pure excellence. I can only hope then that Extraordinary Ways served as a lesson in what not to do. In a market glutted with pop music, I'm always searching for something more meaningful/5(47).

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