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Solar Fake - Frontiers FLAC

Performer: Solar Fake
Title: Frontiers
Country: Germany
Catalog Number: SPV 309302 CD
Label: Synthetic Symphony
Released: 22 Jul 2011
Style: Electro, Synth-pop
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 221

Tracklist

1The Line Of Sight4:56
2Such A Shame
Written-By – Hollis
3:41
3The Rising Doubt5:24
4Until I'm Back3:43
5No Apologies4:49
6More Than This4:28
7Under The Skies4:16
8Where Are You4:27
9Why Did I Raise The Fire4:21
10Pain Goes By4:46
11Parasites4:42

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneSolar Fake Frontiers ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 256)Synthetic SymphonynoneGermany2011

Credits

  • ArtworkSven Friedrich
  • Mastered BySven Friedrich
  • Mixed BySven Friedrich
  • ProducerSven Friedrich
  • Written-ByHollis (tracks: 6), Sven Friedrich

Notes

Made in Germany.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 693723093024
  • Matrix / Runout: 54698315/309302 21
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP73
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0786
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0797
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 05375

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Synthetic Symphony
  • Copyright (c) – Synthetic Symphony
  • Distributed By – SPV GmbH
  • Manufactured By – Arvato Digital Services – 54698315

Album

Solar Fake - Frontiers Full Album. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Album 2011 11 Songs. Frontiers Solar Fake. Fake - Frontiers 2011. To favorites 7 Download album. Listen album. Solar Fake. Songs in album Solar Fake - Frontiers 2011. Solar Fake - Under The Skies. Solar Fake - Why Did I Raise The Fire. Solar Fake - No Apologies. Solar Fake - More Than This. Solar Fake - Parasites. Solar Fake - Such A Shame. Solar Fake - Where Are You. Solar Fake - The Rising Doubt. Solar Fake - Pain Goes By. Solar Fake - Until I'm Back. Listen free to Solar Fake Frontiers Under the skies, Why did I raise the fire and more. 11 tracks 50:39. Frontiers, 2011. Under the Skies, 04:15. Why Did I Raise the Fire, 04:22. No Apologies, 04:47. More Than This, 04:29. Parasites, 04:42. Such a Shame, 03:43. Band Name Solar Fake. Album Name Frontiers. Type Album. Released date 22 July 2011. Labels Season Of Mist SPV. Music StyleGothic Electro. Members owning this album1. Under the Skies. Other productions from Solar Fake. Reasons to Kill. Solar Fake is a Berlin based electro act, created in 2007 by Sven Friedrich also known from Zeraphine, Dreadful Shadows. Since 2008 the act has released 3 albums and one limited EP. At the moment Sven is writing songs for the 4th album. In 2011 the 2nd album Frontiers was released, which brought Solar Fake to clubs and dancefloors. This album stayed for the maximum number of 8 weeks in the German Alternative Charts DAC. The band played on festivals u. Amphi Festival, E-Tropolis, sold-out headlining- shows and more support tours followed, e. with VNV Nation in the UK, Project Pitchfork, Covenant and Peter Heppner. Your debut as Solar Fake was a fascinating journey through moody rain drenched reflections on love and loss but this new album is a formulaic reminder of how banal most so-called 'underground' music has become. If this were the 80s, Solar Fake would have been part of the synth pop revolution that took the world by storm but it's 2011 and while his voice sounds as good as it ever has 'Frontiers' is boring beyond belief. Many songs on here are just the same beat over and over again. The ghost of Wolfsheim overshadows what's on here in a major way, perhaps Friedrich

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Reviews (1)
Kaim
Not this time, Sven. Your debut as Solar Fake was a fascinating journey through moody rain drenched reflections on love and loss but this new album is a formulaic reminder of how banal most so-called 'underground' music has become. If this were the 80s, Solar Fake would have been part of the synth pop revolution that took the world by storm but it's 2011 and while his voice sounds as good as it ever has 'Frontiers' is boring beyond belief. Many songs on here are just the same beat over and over again. The ghost of Wolfsheim overshadows what's on here in a major way, perhaps Friedrich should apply for the vacant position of vocalist that band currently have. I'm not even much of a fan of Wolfsheim but their influence is so overt it becomes overpowering. I suppose it's true what they say, you have your whole life to make your first album. This one's rushed and simplistic musically to the point of making me wonder why they even bothered releasing it. Technically, there are no flaws to be found but there isn't a lot of feeling either.

Pretty and vacant, that's what 'Frontiers' leaves as it's lasting impression. Our well groomed crooner doesn't really do anything new with his voice either, it's a case of making an album hoping to blend in with what's going on around you and in this, Solar Fake excel. If this didn't have Friedrich singing on it, it could be anyone. There are quite a few progressions and dynamic tricks they employ in the music which are uncomfortably close to what Diary of Dreams do. The quintessential Zeraphine touches sneak on here also, which I don't quite get. Zeraphine's last album 'Whiteout' was magnificent, by the way. I suppose it makes sense to milk it a bit more while the accolades for that record continue to roll in; stick with what you know, which is something Zeraphine are continually accused of (bullshit if you ask me). Hard to believe that this project has become just another 'edgy' dance duo. If I could rewind back to 1999 when Sven's first band, Dreadful Shadows were due to split, I emailed and asked him why. His response was: "we could come up with good songs but not any great songs."

Food for thought, I'd say.

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