1 Seek Our Souls/Per Astra 8:56
2 Exploratorium 2:20
3 Satellite Unknown 5:02
4 Levitated Cathedral 3:37
5 Epoch Made Of Signals (Featuring – Oda Relicta) 2:50
6 Orbital Mausoleum 2:51
7 Sputnik Putnik 4:28
8 Spectra Of Sferics 3:34
9 Of Earth Pristine (Vocals – Louisa John-Krol) 3:08
10 Stars Scattered Pain (Featuring – Claustrum) 7:24
- Composed By – Olegh Kolyada
- Design – Marcin Lojek
- Mastered By – Olegh Kolyada
Dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the manned flight into space a Russian label Nitkie presents a new recording by a Ukrainian project First Human Ferro. “Stardust” is an ambient anthem tribute to the scientists, engineers and space pilots who contributed to the remarkable date. Their earthly dust is drifting like particles of god in the infinite space now, endlessly multiplying through the mind’s eye of the enthusiasts to come and carry the banner of scientific and technological revolution further. The album was recorded in 2004-2010 and featured by collaborations with Claustrum, Oda Relicta, and Louisa John-Krol. Designed by Marcin Łojek the release is limited to 500 copies in a digisleeve.
Recorded by Olegh Kolyada at Oda Relicta HQ in 2006-2010.
“Seek our Souls” is based on the original melody by A. P. Petrov.
Claustrum part is taken from “Live at Shadowplay Party. Club Pulse” in 25/06/2004. The vocal part by Louisa John-Krol was recorded in 02/06/2006. The parts by Oda Relicta were recorded in 2005/2008.
by Stephen Fruitman
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