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Vibrasphere - Selected Downbeats Vol. 2 download album

  • Performer: Vibrasphere
  • Title: Selected Downbeats Vol. 2
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Sweden
  • Formats: AA AU ASF AC3 ADX VQF XM
  • Released: 2009
  • Style: Dub, Downtempo, Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1868 mb
  • FLAC album: 1198 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 765
Vibrasphere - Selected Downbeats Vol. 2 download album

Complete your Vibrasphere collection. The first time I heard this album I was blown away, I didn't realise that music could touch you so deeply and so softly. These guys are what got me into Trance/Psybient.

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Swedish duo from Uppsala, Vibrasphere, which founding members were Rickard Berglöf and Robert Elster. Unfortunately the Vibrasphere project was closed down in 25/11/2010. The set was uploaded for commercial advertisement purpose.

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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Cloud 99 Music (catalog number C99D004). This album was released in 2009-02-16 year.

Vibrasphere 1998-2010 SE album by. Krister Linder voc, 1970 SE vocals. 3. Late Winter Storms.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Tierra Azul (Omnimotion Feat. K. Linder Remix)
Remix – OmnimotionVocals – K. Linder*
3:37
2 Mountain Lake 6:31
3 Late Winter Storms 8:34
4 Spring Flood 7:30
5 Ensueno 6:40
6 Forest Fuel 7:27
7 Fuzzy Vibes 7:50
8 Breathing Place 7:16
9 Tierra Azul 6:55

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C99D004W Vibrasphere Selected Downbeats Vol. 2 ‎(9xFile, WAV, Comp) Cloud 99 Music C99D004W Sweden 2009

Reviews about Vibrasphere - Selected Downbeats Vol. 2 (2):
Fenius
Ahhhh Vibrasphere...The first time I heard this album I was blown away, I didn't realise that music could touch you so deeply and so softly. These guys are what got me into Trance/Psybient. They manage to thwart you with euphoria with 'exploring the tributaries' and 'Archipelago' then completely transport you to a floaty, serene universe with this.Delving deeper into the genre, its clear that Vibrasphere are quite simplistic and maybe a little repetitive for some, still, there is incredible depth to be found here. A multitude of reverberated guitars, pianos and chill beats together with soaring psychedelic noises create a unique little 7 or 8 minute bubble for you to be comfortably surrounded in. As nice as Vol 1 is, Vol 2 smashes it out of the water. They seam more mature and the album feels realised. Everything comes together and feels like a statement rather than a selection of tracks. If you listen to ANY Vibrasphere album, let it be this one.
Landaron
I really like Vibrasphere, they hold a special spot in my heart ... but only for their downbeat stuff, I don't really like trance in general so it's hard for me to feel the same vibe for the dancefloor Vibrasphere.That being said, I think I've finally found an entire album I can listen to - this second compilation of selected downbeats is pretty amazing, and the only thing I don't like about it is the opening track; I would replace it with Manzanilla and it'd be a solid 10/10, but that was on the first compilation, so it'd be a bit redundant. Anyways, other than that the rest of the songs are pretty nice for those of you who like the signature style that Vibrasphere have. There's something about the way they craft these songs that makes them very easy to listen to, but at the same time they're interesting and have depth to them. There's a lot of diverse feeling to each song; Rick and Rob do a fantastic job allowing each song to create an environment, whether it brings visions of lakes, glaciers, clouds, or forests.I really like Late Winter Storms, that song has a pretty frosty vibe, and it's chilled out (pun intended) but embracing at the same time. It has a really nice atmosphere to it. Among others I like are Ensueno; it's pretty mellow and the song seems to float nicely, and the next one is pretty awesome too. Groovy bass with really psychedelic qualities, I mean, all of their songs are fantastic whether you just smoked a bowl, took two hits of acid, or ate 5 grams of mushrooms. For being downbeat, it does carry a lot of depth to it, and there is a lot going on in the background which makes listening with headphones a must.

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