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Mother Earth by Windpearl Windpearl : Mother Earth.
Eclectic, atmospheric hard electronica with a helping of chiptune sounds and drum & bass.


While I was in France, I wanted my next album to have some Asian feeling. When I arrived in Asia, first in China and then in Thailand, I was surprised by the behavior of the local people. There are plastic bags everywhere, beaches and rivers are polluted to a level you cannot imagine, the inhabitants throw their rubbish right where they stand without making the effort to move to the closest trash bin. Nobody cleans, nobody picks up the rubbish, nobody protects or respects the environment. It's a very shocking and sad thing to see. This motivated me to release this album dedicated to our poor and bullied Earth, as well as to all the living beings. Because the distress of the Earth is the distress of all of us. And because we tend to easily forget that Mankind with its 3 million years of existence only represents 0.00067% of the 4.5 billion years our Earth has been around!

This album features various music genres, but is mainly axed on electronic music. The influences are diverse, even classical: there are two songs played with a church organ (also known as pipe organ). The general mood of this album is still quite "dark", as people had noticed on my first album. So fans will likely appreciate this album as well :).

I hope that my music can make you feel my sorrow about the fate of our poor Earth and make you want to protect what remains of it at all cost.

Happy listening!

Credits:
Released December 18, 2008
All tracks written, composed and mixed by Gabriel Hautclocq. Atworks also from Gabriel Hautclocq, some rights reserved.


Songs:

1. 45 billion years
2. Origins
3. Mesozoic
4. Mass extinction
5. Homo Sapiens Deletantis
6. Power source
7. 20th century
8. Sad world
9. Madness
10. Game's not over
11. Forgive us

Listen to: the entire album.


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Release date: 11/27/2018
Windpearl lives in Juicq France

Tagged as: Electronica, Darkwave, Instrumental Electronica, Hard Electronic


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