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World's Edge


Download links and information about World's Edge by Steve Roach. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Ambient, New Age, Electronica genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 02:05:00 minutes.

Artist: Steve Roach
Release date: 1992
Genre: Ambient, New Age, Electronica
Tracks: 11
Duration: 02:05:00
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No. Title Length
1. World's Edge 9:49
2. The Call 3:33
3. Steel and Bone 2:40
4. Undershadow 8:29
5. When Souls Roam 6:53
6. Beat of Desire 7:38
7. Glimpse 3:08
8. Thunderground 10:30
9. Falling, Flying, Dreaming 6:18
10. Drift 7:38
11. To the Threshold of Silence 58:24



Steve Roach's World's Edge is a wonderfully executed blending of all those things that worked so well in Structures from Silence and Dreamtime Return. Disc one incorporates a healthy dose of the Aboriginal percussives into Roach's trademark swelling drone-breathing synths. A perfect balance of tension-release, anticiptation-relaxation, and trancezone/world-stopping is woven into a fine tapestry of ethereal soundworlds. Ten tracks ranging from three to ten-and-a-half minutes offer some of Roach's best works for the blank-stare, alpha-waved, drool-inducing moments. Disc two offers essentially another hour of one nonstop Roach-scape, transporting you even further through massive gong calls, synth-voiced wordless chants, Tibetan ruins among Cydonian foothills, crumbling on the dust storm-eroded face of Mars, now welcome your naked soul. You can hear Roach's The Magnificent Void here, too. This is Roach at his best. Highly recommend for ambient-heads and electronic tune devotees; make sure this is in your collection. ~ John W. Patterson, Rovi