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about

From the energy and light of the title track "icon one" to the darkness and entropy of "icon zero"; the past memories recalled by "timethorns" and the focal centre of the album "chaos theory" - where a small, insignificant event can cause a massive shift of everything - computerchemist weaves an evocative blend of instrumental synthesis which is sure to delight fans of the EM genre. The last track, "the message", carries a simple premise; we all have within us the power to change the future.


reviews

"A furious stream of body-rocking old-school Berlin-influenced electronic joy." - John Shanahan, Hypnagogue

"This is EM with a strong Rock edge." - Artemi Pugachov, Encyclopedia of Electronic Music

"Der Titel 'Timethorns' ist für mich ein Höhepunkt des Albums, denn hier wird auf feinste Weise durch massiven Mellotroneinsatz eine wunderbare Stimmung erzeugt" - Jürgen Meurer, Progressive Newsletter

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released January 1, 2008

credits

Music Composed by Dave Pearson

Dave Pearson: keyboards, drum/sequencer programming, bass & lead guitars
Equipment: cubase sx3, behringer bcf2000 control surface, maudio 88es, hercules 16/12, behringer mdx2600 compander, behringer t1953 valve preamp, behringer di4000, yamaha bass, fender stratocaster, zoom guitar effects pedal, yamaha customised drum pads
Cover art: Dave Pearson
Back cover and inner sleeve artwork: Angiewoman

Recorded and Produced by Dave Pearson at Terrainflight UK, Jan 2007 - Oct 2007

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computerchemist Hungary

Computerchemist is the ongoing solo project of Dave Pearson.
ARFM DJ Bruce Gall has remarked on the crossover style of his playing, invoking comparisons to electronic artists Tangerine Dream, Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze, Kraftwerk, and the progressive sounds of Pink Floyd and David Gilmour solo work, Ash Ra Tempel, Mike Oldfield, Steve Hackett, Brian Eno and King Crimson. ... more

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