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Solfall – Herbstwelt (2009)

This album by solfall is about fleeing town. His dark electronica tries to convey how it can feel like.

Solfall - Herbstwelt (2009)

Solfall – Herbstwelt (256 kBit/s)

  1. Avoiding Vienna
  2. Solitude
  3. End Of August
  4. Beyond The Gate
  5. Not Everything
  6. Rain
  7. Flowers And A Rainbow
  8. Station Roads
  9. Leaving
  10. The Returners
  11. Free
  12. Solitude(original mix)

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6 Responses to Solfall – Herbstwelt (2009)

  1. Thank you for the song “the Returners”, we used that for our Portrait of Steve Schapiro

    Check it out: http://blog.videoredakteur.de/kurzportrait-steve-schapiro-und-seine-ausstellung-then-and-now-in-der-kunsthalle-rostock/

    Very nice!

  2. solfall / mario says:

    … one year later, and _again_ I’ll go to vienna — for the second time.

  3. fm014 says:

    yay, about one year later… I’m about to experience this “dark electronica” :-)

  4. ironically, i’ll go to vienna in two weeks, for the first time. its a long story :)

  5. raiker says:

    why should me want to avoid ingolstadt? think it comes close, doesn’t it?

  6. tobo says:

    like it a lot. pretty neat sounds and atmosphere. but why should one avoid vienna?

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