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Cryptex-Album "Madeleine Effect"

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  • 12 tracks

  • Super Jewel Case

  • 24-paged booklet


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Cryptex-Album "Madeleine Effect"

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Tracklist:

  1. The Knowledge Of Being (4:23)
  2. Ribbon Tied Swing (4:07)
  3. When The Flood Begins (3:24)
  4. Romper Stomper (1:45)
  5. Stroking Leather (4:00)
  6. Release My Body (4:40)
  7. Madame De Salm (3:59)
  8. Orange Blossom City Girl (3:45)
  9. Melvins Coolercoup (6:25)
  10. A Quarter Dozen In Ounces (4:23)
  11. New York Foxy (4:48)
  12. Anthem Of Glory (4:43)

 

Information on the album:

CRYPTEX’s second studio album „Madeleine Effect“ devotes itself to the eponymic phenomenon which deals with sensory perceptions that influence one’s body and soul. People report on stirrings of emotions associated with childhood experiences „or the like“ (positive, same as negative ones) that can be triggered individually through music and sounds. By triggering these emotional associations, people can “relive” their contextual associated memories. By instrumentalizing certain musical compositions and arrangements, ”Madeleine Effect” tries to take the audience back to their multilayered and self-defining memories from the past, with its very individual but always influencial feelings of love, hope, warmth, shelter – but also feelings of grief, pain and loneliness.

"Extract the beauty and pureness of pain, realize the anarchy of transience and you´ll comprehend „Madeleine Effect!“ – Simon Moskon“

 

Launch: April 24th, 2015

 

PRESS:

You have to listen to this fabulous plate!
Metal Hammer (GER)

Absolute “to-listen-music”!
Classic Rock (GER)

This album is overflowing with esprit, opulence and musicality!
CDstarts.de (GER)

Lyric and acoustic ProgRock at its best!
Musix (GER)

Magnificent choirs, complex patterns, unconventional niches… a feast for musical adventurer.
Rock Tribune (BEL)