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DJ Shnootz - Click to view profile DJ Shnootz - The Stirring of a Breeze
Added: 13/03/2011
Style: Ambient
Downloads: 157
Filesize: 181.83 mb
Duration: 79:27
Bitrate: 320 kbit/s

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Hey, everyone!
So, I decided to put together an ambient mix, rather than the melodic trance mix I planned on. That said, I will find time for the progressive/melodic set sometime soon, I assure you.

Anyway, please enjoy this third installment of my ambient series; it has some real epic tracks, and is Sagan-themed again.

As such, please enjoy, and I’ll try to put up some more mixes in the next week or so, before I really descend into brutal homework (after Spring Break, that is).

Shnootz :D

[Sample from Episode 8 of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos]
Solar Quest – Ceremonial
Harry-Gregson Williams – He’s Been Arrested for Espionage
Solar Quest – Arrigato Zaisho
Solar Quest – Ritual of the Stars
Harry-Gregson Williams – Parting Company
Solar Quest – Trisine
Maurice Jarre – Carpe Diem
David Newman – Truth & Mal’s Speech
Solar Quest – Quaesine
Benn Jordan – Passing Time
Maurice Jarre – Neal
Solar Quest – Flying Spirals
Vangelis – Creation du Monde
[Sample from the audio recording of Carl Sagan’s book “Pale Blue Dot” -- played over the last track, Creation du Monde]

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