Judgement (VNV Nation album)

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Judgement
Studio album by VNV Nation
Released United Kingdom 5 April 2007
United States 10 April 2007
Recorded Winter 2006–2007 at the Soundfactory, Hamburg/Germany
Genre Futurepop
Electropop
Acid Techno
Length 51:56
Label Metropolis
Anachron
VNV Nation chronology
Matter + Form
(2005)
Judgement
(2007)
Reformation 1
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Release Magazine 8/10 stars[2]

Judgement is the sixth studio album by futurepop duo VNV Nation, released in 2007.

It charted at no. 55 in the mainstream German charts.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Prelude"   4:08
2. "The Farthest Star"   4:53
3. "Testament"   6:14
4. "Descent"   4:25
5. "Momentum"   6:15
6. "Nemesis"   4:30
7. "Secluded Spaces"   5:54
8. "Illusion"   4:47
9. "Carry You"   6:12
10. "As it Fades"   4:38
Total length:
51:56

Info[edit]

  • Music and lyrics by Ronan Harris
  • Tracks 2–9 produced by Ronan Harris and Andre Winter
  • Tracks 1 and 10 produced and mixed by Ronan Harris
  • Tracks 2–9 mixed by Ronan Harris, Sven Heine, Lutz Rahn and Andre Winter
  • Mastered by Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound, New York City
  • Published by AMV Talpa
  • Artwork by Michał Karcz

Track descriptions[edit]

Illusion was used successfully on a YouTube video paired with the work by artist Andrew Huang until it was taken down due to confusion by viewers who thought Mr. Huang had plagiarized the music.[4] Five months after its release the song gained attention in UK by being dedicated to Sophie Lancaster: the victim of mob attack murder.

Equipment used[edit]

  • Modular systems: Modcan System B, Dotcom Orgon, Arp 2600
  • Analogue and hardware synths: Roland SH-2, Roland TB-303, Dave Smith Polyevolver, Creamwave Noah
  • Computer and software: Apple Powermac G5, Logic Audio Pro 7.2, Sculpture, EXS24, Spectrasonics Atmosphere, Stylus RMX, Timewarp 2600, TC Powercore Virus, Native Instruments Reaktor 5, Native Instruments Battery 2, MOTU Symphonic Instrument

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