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Everything that exists is not complete without satellites

December 17, 2020
Silent Skies - Satellites

The Horizons (Extended Version) pensive ballad, led by a solo piano with a background addition of orchestral passages, weaves a bewitching lace of symphonic charm around the vocal part alternating between two voices. The vocal part of the Endless song comes to the fore, continuing the sound of the Silent Skies - Satellites album with sad thoughtfulness with an emphasis on the vocal part, emphasized by keyboard notes and violin melodies. Pulsating piano solo intertwines in the Dreams single musical stream with vocal experiences.
The piano alternates with violin melodies in the Us introduction, then giving way to vocal reflections in the foreground of the musical image, but brightening the sadness of vocal reflections with the hopeful romanticism of the Solitude composition. The vocal part immediately takes on a dominant role in the sound of the Oceans song. The Here Comes the Rain Again retains vocal primacy in the sound of musical compositions.
Continuing with vocal sadness, the Walls then captivates with the incredible artistry and symphonic charm of instrumental variations. Then, slowly and carefully preparing the vocal intro, the Distance pulses with muted keyboard notes in anticipation of the orchestral backdrop that wraps around the vocal experience. The 1999 instrumental symphony concludes the album with a charming combination of orchestral passages and artistic rock elements.