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Sternenstaub

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Download links and information about Sternenstaub by Melotron. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Electronica, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:06:17 minutes.

Artist: Melotron
Release date: 2003
Genre: Electronica, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:06:17
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Kein Problem 5:55
2. Folge Mir Ins Licht 7:16
3. Sternenstaub 2:07
4. Der Anfang 5:10
5. Der Kosmonaut 5:25
6. Wunsch Mich Nicht Zuruck 4:03
7. Erwartungen 5:47
8. Immer Noch 5:26
9. Kein Morgen 3:40
10. Manchmal 5:26
11. Ngc 1006 3:42
12. Mediensturm 5:18
13. Das Letzte 7:02

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Melotron's follow-up to the breakthrough Weltfrieden is a collection of deliberate, beat-persistent EBM dressed up with melodic sensibilities that wouldn't be out of place on a BT record. This isn't a slight. U.S. versions of Sternenstaub feature "Fogle Mir Ins Licht," a Weltfrieden holdover with fabulous supporting vocals from Technoir's Julia Beyer. Her warm tones are a perfect foil to Andy Krueger's somewhat detached style, and scatter sunlight across the track's clattering sheet metal percussion. That mechanistic feel is never very far away on Sternenstaub; it tinges the title track, and spills solvent all over the introduction of "Der Anfang." But Melotron switches gears rapidly, dropping into a pulsating groove before breaking things wide open with a truly heartfelt chorus. Later, "Erwartungen" and "Wünch Mich Nicht Zurück" pull a similar trick, lightening up chilly drum programming and moody synths with hopeful melodies and more solid vocals from Krueger. Best might be "Manchmal," with its vintage electronica patter and downright breezy chorus. The first Melotron release with solid U.S. distribution, Sternenstaub should serve as a solid introduction to the band's nuanced blend of classic electronic body music and larger dancefloor realities.