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Aes Dana
Aes Dana

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Posted : Nov 12, 2003 11:41
Ultimae records [ ] presents :
Ambient geographies and downbeat landscapes

featuring :

01. SOLAR FIELDS – Union Light [6.21]
02 . PUFF DRAGON – Chinese radio [6.24]
03 . AES DANA – Memory Shell (Mindgames Festival live version) [6.03]
04 . AURAL PLANET – Hydropoetry Cathedra (instrumental version) [9.47]
05 . CARBON BASED LIFEFORMS – Epicentre second movement [5.46]
06 . CELL – Audio Deepest Night [8.40]
07 . VIBRASPHERE – Northern Sunsets [7.53]
08 . OCHI BROTHERS – Flowing Synergy [7.03]
09 . CARBON BASED LIFEFORMS – Decompression [2.40]
10 . HOL BAUMANN – Send away [7.20]

:: Style : Ambient Downtempo
:: Format : 2 parts digipack CD
:: Code : inre 011
:: Release date : 26th November 2003

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Ultimae records presents the fourth volume of its famous Fahrenheit Project collection.

A new selection of 10 unreleased ambient gems, from downtempo, trancey to tribal and atmospheric.
Thought up as a long emotional and dramatic journey amongst ethereal textures and fluid or broken rhythms,
Fahrenheit Project carries on presenting and promoting a certain definition of ambient electronic music : panoramic and cinematic.

Compiled and mixed by Vincent Villuis (Aes Dana, H.U.V.A Network), producer and deejay specialised in psy-downbeat and deep hypnotic music.

This new chapter was mastered, of course, by "magical ear" Huby Sea (Cassandra Complex, UMF records,…) on his faithful Pro Tools Station.

The Ultimae Team

Ultimae records -
panoramic music for panoramic people

For more information, licences, booking, distribution queries, please contact :
Ultimae Records
6 rue Mazard 69002 LYON - FRANCE
fax : 00 33 (0)4 72 40 99 57
email :

Thanx for your trust and hope to hear from you soon !

Bye Bye !!
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Nov 12, 2003 12:33

same answer and wishes as in the promo section..           .
"Get your dose of BoOgie !"
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Posted : Nov 12, 2003 15:13
06 . CELL – Audio Deepest Night [8.40]

07 . VIBRASPHERE – Northern Sunsets [7.53]

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm yes:D

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Posted : Nov 13, 2003 12:07
at last

greetz to my frends from Poland - Aural Planet ...

Justin Chaos
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Posted : Nov 13, 2003 12:48
Oh yeah!!!

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Posted : Nov 14, 2003 18:37
I want this........
Loocks like a great compil
I want, i want it........           Respect the Mother Nature

Chilling Vibes by Malek
En Sof
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Posted : Nov 15, 2003 09:13
Perfect for the coming winter- full review soon!
Solar Fields is the perfect chill set opener.           ---------------------------------------------
"Be the change you want to see in the world!"
M.K. Gandhi

"There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self."
Aldous Huxley

IsraTrance Team

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Posted : Nov 18, 2003 09:07
Well here it is:

The fourth in the delicious Fahrenheit Project series from the excellent source for mellow melodic chilling music- Ultimae recoreds. A real mellow and airy journey through ambientish realms, touching different corners, more melodic, more tribal, sometime ethnic, and even loungy, but staying on the same mellow and relaxed and very emotional different plain. The Journey, compiled and mixed by Vincent starts with a perfect opener, a dramatic atmospheric powerful track from Solar Fields, then in smoothly moves to the Hypnotic tribal Chinese Radio from the Puffy side in the personality of Double Dragon, nice Chinese melodies flowing inside as well. Vincent's own Aes Dana next with Memory Shell, another dramatic melodic yet mellow tune with oriental touches. Aural Planet from Poland arrive next with a beautiful and very melodic and Goaish sounding tune- hypnotic and intense. CBL next gliding into more relaxed realms, and they never disappoint. Cell continue in the same vein with a floating atmosphere on top of a heartbeat rhythm. Vibrasphere take us to a more old school sound, I liked it at first, but then grew tired with it. From Japan next Flowing Synergy, tabla beats with weird background melodies. CBL give another short interlude to the excellent finishing piece from Hol Bauman. Send Away is a slow ethnic, almost tribal tune, very mellow and with a beautiful vocal (what about credit for singers, hah?).

Bottom line: another excellent mellow chilling journey, perfect for the coming winter. You'll be friends with the tracks after 3 listenings already. The first part talked more to me, but the last track gives it a nice finish tempting you the press play again. Favorites: 1(!!), 3-6, 10(!!).

"Be the change you want to see in the world!"
M.K. Gandhi

"There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self."
Aldous Huxley

Le Lotus Bleu
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Posted : Nov 22, 2003 22:35
Compiled by Aes Dana (Vincent Villuis), Fahrenheit 4 delivers his new flux of chill tones inside an ocean of orangeade with a golden cloudy sky (btw you should buy this one just for the beautiful artwork & complete your cover design collection).

Good start with Union Light, Solar Fields comes back here with exactly the kinda production i like from him (& i don’t appreciate all his tunes).

I’m quite surprised discovering Puff Dragon as it’s Steve Good (aka Double Dragon : progressive project) cooking Chinese Radio nevertheless I’m not fully conviced, too repetitive & sounding chinese cliché to my ears.

Time for deepness & hypnotic feeling , let’s go for a dive questing the Memory Shell, Aes Dana gives you extra oxygen bottles if needed.

Aural Planet (Radoslaw Kochman from Poland) - Hydropoetry Cathedra , merits his place, not brainblasting but keep the flow.

In this second movement of Epicentre , Carbon Based Lifeforms propose a bleeper melodic approach embellished with didgeridoo’s grumbeling in the background. Profusion of sounds & balearic rythmic are also the main novelties compared to the first movement (in ther album), the initial musical theme remains the same.

Cell (Alex Scheffer from France) estonishes my eardrums, what a change between this & his last track in Fahrenheit 3 (i was disliking it) ! , a contemplating view of the canopy of heaven made of constellations, with sparkling stars & shooting stars.

Northern Sunsets is a cold shy melody box which would have been very slightly twisted or strechted. At 2’45, the first sunbeams appears, it get warmer with dubby tones wich get later interminglinded with the cold melody box. Definitively, the sun tries to emerge, that’s when the accoustic guitar arrives on the end.

I’m very disrupted by the harmonies of Flowing Synergy, there’s a big worry with them, too much confused.

Second CBL opus, but this one is too short that it can’t really let express something .

In Send Away, Hol Baumann (from France), uses reverse samples, one lead & several rythmic, confering a special psychotic taste to his song. The metalic chord (cithare ?) delivers a melody which make think to the musical theme of ‘The Persuaders’ an old TV serie (Amicalement Votre in french).

Favorites by order :6,7,1
Then :3,10,5

Mark :8/10
Alex Candy
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Posted : Nov 27, 2003 16:01

Another excellent release coming from the Ultimae clan!

Compiled with great maturity with proper flow of the tracks taking the listener on a wondeful mellow journey.

Favourite track no. 2 but IMO there is no weak track..keep up the good work !!
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Nov 27, 2003 16:40
Whoha, after such comments, browse, buy, wait, appreciate
Went on the site to listen to the preview arf
Can't wait to have it

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Posted : Nov 28, 2003 23:37
Always rising high the Fahrenheit Degrees...I am sure that its going to be superb-like the previous ones!
All the best
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Dec 1, 2003 16:21
I heard it this week end, in a fabulous place, on a real sound system and, I have to admit, this is great...
An excellent ambient opus, just helped me to calm down after a full week end of trance ;)
The one that touched me the most as of now would be the second
But this is only a first impression
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