Mythology (Eloy Fritsch album)

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Mythology
Studio album by Eloy Fritsch
Released 2001
Genre Electronic music, Progressive rock
Length 36:36
Label MUSEA/DREAMING and Rock Symphony
Producer Eloy Fritsch
Eloy Fritsch chronology
Cyberspace
(2000)
Mythology
(2001)
Atmosphere
(2003)
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Mythology is an album by new age artist Eloy Fritsch. It is generally viewed as one of his stronger solo works. As with Apocalypse, Fritsch plays a variety of keyboard instruments on the album. Featured in the inside photograph are a Modular Synthesizer System-700, Minimoog Synthesizer and electronic keyboards. Mythology deals with diverse myths of the world. So several cultures were visited, including those of Brazil, the Aztecs, the Incas, Assyria, Greek, Hindu, Egyptian, Nordic, Atlantis, the Romans, the Chinese, and so on. All electronic compositions on the album were based in his own interpretation of the characteristics of each mythological element chosen for this work.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Creation"
  2. "Inti"
  3. "Assur"
  4. "Curupira"
  5. "Aphrodite"
  6. "Shiva"
  7. "Isis"
  8. "Asgard"
  9. "Atlantis"
  10. "Excalibur"
  11. "Kinich-Ahau"
  12. "Yang & Yin"
  13. "Quetzalcoatl"
  14. "Mermaids"

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