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The album successfully contains musical pieces for different tastes. You can listen to it from the beginning to the end many many times without pressing the stop button, it's that good and expressive with Jean Michel Jarre and Tangerine Dream influences.


15 MP3 Songs in this album (79:08) !
Related styles: Electronic: Electronica, Instrumental

People who are interested in Jean Michel Jarre Klaus Schulze Tangerine Dream should consider this download.


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Can Atillaâs Omni is a pure adrenaline rush - a fusion of slick powerful instrumental synth-pop, blistering EM, pumping house/Techno, and dramatic cinematic soundscapes. It would not be a stretch to call this the highest voltage and "most fun to groove to" recording of 2004 (although Peter Mergenerâs Lounge Control is running neck to neck with it right now). If you have a fondness for music awash with layer upon layer of melodic synths, now and then integrated with other instruments (electric violin, sax, guitar) and a solid variety of EM beats (all of them snappy, catchy and infectious to the max), hereâs your ticket to paradise.

Those of you who love to turn your musicâs volume WAY up (because youâre going to want to do that with this CD), will be snared by Omni from the opening "Sputnik 1" (which begins slowly amidst swirling synths and echoed piano, but adds pumping Techno beats, lush strings and â80s synth pop textures as it dials up the intensity) to the closing (fifteenth) track, a remix of "Café De La Defense" that boils over with break beats married to super deep bass techno beats and high-hats while twinkling bell tones dance above them both, cushioned by lush washes underneath it all.
There are some unexpected twists here and there, such as the smattering of world fusion elements in "Leb-I-Derya", comprised of sampled ethnic chanting vocals (by Nurettin Okumus) run through a vocoder and exotic electric violin that sways and soars (performed by Turay Dinleyen) that hints of Atillaâs native Turkey, both of which sit side by side with pulsing sequenced beats and great keyboard work by Atilla himself.
Then there is the sultry "Madeleine Hotel" featuring smoky sax by Metín Paksoy (recalling Tristan Feldbauerâs sexy chill-out album, city), all awash in layers of lush synthesizers and slow tempo beats.
Another wrinkle is provided by "E=MC2 (Einstainiana)" which sounds a LOT like early Alan Parsons project, especially when guitars from Selcuk Sami Cingi and Murat Yucel are blended to Atillaâs piano, keyboards, and trap-kit drum beats.
But what Omni is really all about is pedal-to-the-metal hyper-speed cruising.
"Café de La Defense" positively hums, as if one were racing down the autobahn at 250 kph, mixing more propulsive rhythm-dominated moments with stretches when the bass beats are counter-balanced by delicate vibe tones that are nicely reverbed.
My favorite track has to be "Sputnik 2" which would be ideal end credits music for a spy thriller or action movie extravaganza. Thundering tom-toms, ultra-dramatic strings, sequenced beats galore, great synth horn sections, and a gradual sense of building tension that is then released through a series of crescendos that literally lifted me out of my seat more than once.
Closing out the album are three remixed tracks (in addition to the previously mentioned "Café De La Defense (Ludwig Van Remix)" all of them excellent examples of house/trance/Techno revisions to the previous versions of the songs.

Omni is a helluva lot of fun. This is grin-inducing, feet-tapping, blood-pumping music of the highest degree. If you can stay in a bad mood after getting through the first three or four tracks on this CD, youâre too glum!
Caveat: If you own a fast car with a CD player and you put this puppy in while the highway beckons, you better be prepared to pay some speeding tickets. Trust me, youâre gonna get âem, âcause when these songs hit your speakers, your right foot is gonna plant itself down â hard! Need you ask?



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