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The Sun Is Just The Sun, But The Stars They Call The Heavens

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01
The Bridge And The Mother
10:09
 
02
Marsh Of Sleep
8:16
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Of Praise And Motionless Skies
13:11
 
04
Letting Go Is The Hardest Kind
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05
How I Became
11:50
 
06
The Perspective Of Disappearing
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The Emptiness Continues
12:44
 
Album Information

Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 67:27

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The Sun Is Just The Sun

Bootis

This album combines Reuter's experimental style of guitar ambient with Zero Ohm's woodwind instruments and wind-synth (a kind of "synth flute"). The result is something very interesting. The music is a bit softer than on Reuter's other albums yet more experimental than what you get on a Zero Ohm's album. The mood of this music can best be described as 'grey', perhaps reflecting the Zen or Taoist nature of Zero Ohm's musical philosophy.'The Sun...' is another fine example of how DiN keeps pushing the boundaries of ambient music.