In Silico (Deepsky album)
|Studio album by Deepsky|
|Released||February 5, 2002|
|Genre||Trance, progressive house, breakbeat|
J. Scott G.
In Silico is a full length artist album by the American electronic music group Deepsky. It was released in 2002. The title refers to the largely computer-based production methods employed during the album's creation, where the bulk of the music was composed using softsynths and Emagic Logic Audio 5 rather than external hardware synthesizers and traditional multi-track recorders.
The website AllMusic gave In Silico three stars out of a possible five, with reviewer John Bush stating that the album "has it all: the low attention span of funky breaks, the streamlined groove of progressive trance, even the intelligent production and frequent changeups of techno."
|1.||"View from a Stairway"||7:12|
|3.||"The Mansion World (Deepsky's Trippin' in Unknown Territory Mix)"||6:01|
|5.||"3 Sheets to the Wind"||5:07|
|9.||"Cosmic Dancer (2002 Remix)"||6:48|
|10.||"Until the End of the World"||8:18|
|11.||"Let Me Live"||9:25|
- All songs written by Deepsky (J. Scott G. and Jason Blum) except for "The Mansion World - Deepsky's Trippin' in Unknown Territory Mix" (E. Blue/Deepsky), "Smile" (Saffron/Deepsky), and "Cosmic Dancer" (provided by Jai Uttal, original track "Hara Shiva Shankara" from the album Beggars and Saints).
- "The Mansion World - Deepsky's Trippin' in Unknown Territory Mix" is a remix of the song "Mansion World", originally performed by Deadsy from their album Commencement.
- The song 'Ride' is featured on the snowboarding game SSX3.
- In Silico album review AllMusic.com. Retrieved 29 June 2009.
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