DreamCypher

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DreamCypher
Studio album by The Crüxshadows
Released January 16th, 2007
Recorded 2006
Genre Synthpop, electronic rock
Length 73:39
Label Dancing Ferret Discs
The Crüxshadows chronology
Sophia
(2006)
DreamCypher
(2007)
Birthday EP
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]

DreamCypher is an album by The Crüxshadows. It was officially released on January 16, 2007 in the USA and on January 19 in the rest of the world on Dancing Ferret Discs; however, it was sold at their live shows since the beginning of the DreamCypher Tour on January 11, 2007. It is the first full-length release from The Crüxshadows since 2003's Ethernaut. The first single from the CD, their 2006 single, Sophia, made its debut on the Billboard charts in the issue dated September 23, 2006. Sophia debuted at #1 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart, replacing Beyoncé in the top spot. At the same time, it placed at #7 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales chart. On both charts, Sophia was the highest-ranking debut entry that week.[2] They hit the charts again with the Sophia single, as well as their new single, Birthday, on September 13, 2007. Birthday made #1 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart and #2 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales chart, while Sophia hit the charts again and made #3 and #23, respectively.

DreamCypher features cover art by visual artist MANDEM,[3] and interior art by MANDEM, Pawn Feral,[4] Velma O'Neal,[5] Steven Archer of Ego Likeness,[6] Rogue, and Jessica Lackey.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Rogue

  1. "Pygmalion's Dream" – 3:20
  2. "Windbringer" – 5:34
  3. "Sophia" – 6:46
  4. "Defender" – 5:50
  5. "Perfect" – 7:17
  6. "Elissa" – 6:30
  7. "Eye of the Storm" – 7:48
  8. "Ariadne" – 5:07
  9. "Sleepwalking" – 3:09
  10. "Solus" – 5:34
  11. "Dido's Reply" – 1:18
  12. "Memorare" – 7:24
  13. "Birthday" – 5:41
  14. "Kisses 3" – 2:08

Personnel[edit]

  • Rogue – lead vocals, violin, programming
  • Cassandra Luger - guitar
  • JoHanna Moresco - violin
  • Rachel McDonnell – keyboard, violin

References[edit]