Cyberspace (album)

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Cyberspace
Cyber cover.gif
Studio album by
Released2000
GenreElectronic music, new-age
Length76:00
LabelRock Symphony
ProducerEloy Fritsch
Eloy Fritsch chronology
Space Music
(1998)
Cyberspace
(2000)
Mythology
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4.5/5 stars[1]

Cyberspace is the fourth album of the composer Eloy Fritsch. Nicely layered arrangements float serenely by. The emphasis is on orchestral-sounding synthesizers, with soft atmospheric touches. “Lost Paradise” includes majestic rhythms to go along with it, marching triumphantly at a steady pace. The entire work is completely electronic in nature, with a vast array of synthesizers listed in the credits, as well as displayed surrounding the artist on the cover

Track listing[edit]

The album was created electronically by Eloy Fritsch

  1. "Cyberspace" – 4:31
  2. "Lost Paradise" – 8:50
  3. "Beyond the Ocean Waves" – 5:52
  4. "Inside the Heart of Universe" – 4:43
  5. "Malacara Canyon" – 6:34
  6. "Symphony of Peace" – 6:39
  7. "Parallel Dimension" – 6:35
  8. "Callisto" – 5:20
  9. "Lake of Peace" (Movement 1 & 2)– 11:05
  10. "The Arrival of Spaceship" – 3:08
  11. "Tales of the Ancient Sphinz" – 4:23
  12. "Towards to Sky" – 5:02

Personnel[edit]

  • Marcos Abreu – Mastering
  • Eloy Fritsch – Synthesizer, Arranger, Keyboards, Programming, Wind, Producer, Korg Synthesizer, Sequencing, Cover Design, Mini Moog, Computer Editing, Ensoniq, Korg M1, Roland Synthesizer, Roland Juno 6, Roland JD800
  • Carlos Valdes Machado – Photography
  • Lauren Veronese – Photography

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