Heaven (Cosmic Baby album)

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Heaven
Heaven (Cosmic Baby album).jpg
Studio album by Cosmic Baby
Released 1999
Recorded 1998
Genre Techno, trance, house, chill-out, electro, Balearic beat, breakbeat
Length 77:19
Label Intercord
Cosmic Baby chronology
Fourteen Pieces
(1996)
Heaven
(1999)
Die Toteninsel
(2006)

Heaven is a music album by techno/trance artist Cosmic Baby which was released in 1999. It is Cosmic Baby's fourth full-length album. It was his final album before his break from recording as Cosmic Baby, as well as his final album in traditional Cosmic Baby style. At the end of 2006 he returned as Cosmic Baby with the album Industrie und Melodie.

True to its title, the album has a rather airy and bright overall atmosphere. It feels like a concept album. The music has a typical late-nineties techno/trance sound, and also has elements of chill-out, Balearic beat, breakbeat, and electro. The track "Karma II" is a further elaboration of "Karma" from the previous album Fourteen Pieces. The track "Lucifer" is a cover version of the track of the same name by The Alan Parsons Project from the album Eve from 1979.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Air" 1:47
2. "Der Flug" 4:32
3. "Casa del Mar" 6:10
4. "Würzburg" 5:32
5. "Good Times" 5:48
6. "To Another Plane" 6:14
7. "Suite Russe" 1:51
8. "Sketches in Spring" 7:22
9. "Lunaris" 6:16
10. "Joy" 7:41
11. "Vapeur et Piano" 2:06
12. "Karma II" 7:19
13. "Lucifer" 7:26
14. "Planetenmelodie" 7:11
Total length: 77:19

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