The Spell Of The Spider
Forest Of The Impaled
Forest Of The Impaled
The Devil & The Universe
Walpern Redux (Vinyl)
Der Brigadier trinkt immer noch Bier!
Code Of Conduct
Out Of Line
Electro goes symphonic! On the orchestral masterpiece Heavenly Synphony, Solitary Experiments showcase a selection of the popular Melodic-Electro-group's greatest hits in gripping symphonic versions.
Solitary Experiments have always been fond of expanding musical horizons and of breaching genre-boundaries. When offered the chance of rearranging a selection of their best tracks to be performed by a full symphony orchestra for the third installment of the popular Gothic Meets Klassik-festival, it was like a long-held dream come true. And when performed with the sonic prowess of an orchestra, what were once club-compatible Electro-tunes suddenly unfolded a completely new form of emotional energy which left everyone, including the band, completely flabbergasted. Obsessed by the dream of not letting this once-in-a-lifetime experience fade into oblivion, Solitary Experiments immediately started to set the wheels in motion to make an album version... and few occasions would have been more fitting for making this release a reality than the group's 20th anniversary, hence we now have Heavenly Synphony". Solitary Experiments' most complex recording to date is nothing short of impressive: the orchestral performances of the songs, coupled with Dennis Schober's most intense vocal performance to date, aim straight for the heart and hit with maximum impact. You can believe us when we tell you that you have never truly experienced the songs before hearing this, a true milestone release in the career of one of the most popular German Electro-bands.
1. The Edge Of Life (Symphonic Version)
2. Immortal (Symphonic Version)
3. Beg Your Pardon (Symphonic Version)
4. Déjà Vu (Symphonic Version)
5. Delight (Symphonic Version)
6. Epiphany (Symphonic Version)
7. Trial And Error (Symphonic Version)
8. Stars (Symphonic Version)
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