The Flashbulb - Soundtrack to a Vacant Life

The Flashbulb is the American idm/electronica mucisian Benn Jordan. His style differs strongly between albums, but they all have a cohesive bond tied around fast drum programming, acid-influenced melodies and a wide array of live instrumentation from various instruments Jordan has acquired. He also often records his melodies through MIDI-synced guitars. His guitar style and skill has gained attention because he typically plays it strung backwards, and makes heavy use of fast sweeping and tapping. A really fantastic musician! This album is his eighth studio album released in 2008. It's an album with an increadible variety of musical styles: post-rock, piano, electronica, Balkan music etc, a bit different from his previous releases. Highly recommended album! I also recommend his 2005 album "Kirlian Selections".

Artist: The Flashbulb
Album: Soundtrack to a Vacant Life
Year: 2008
Genre: electronica, idm, post-rock etc.

1. Prelude
2. Kirlian Voyager
3. Steel for Pappa
4. Dirt Bikes and Street Vendors
5. Bodies in the House Next Door
6. Forbidden Tracks
7. Sunset Dept.
8. Someone
9. La Tristesse Durera Toujours
10. That Missing Week
11. Remember Tomorrow
12. The First Rain and You
13. Warm Hands in Cold Fog
14. Near the Woods
15. Sunshine
16. No Running Water
17. Leaving Georgia
18. Severed
19. Vicious Circle
20. Swollen Trees
21. Submerged Renewed
22. Hello Mr. Tree
23. I Believed in God
24. Pine Ridge, SD
25. That Final Week
26. Returning Flight Theme
27. Floating Through Time
28. Highway One
29. Hello, I'm Benn
30. Suspended in a Sunbeam
31. When the Sky Ends

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