Eternal Reminiscence

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Sic itur ad astra!


24 March 2008

Mix Act BPM Key Duration
Eternal Reminiscence (Original Mix) Boom Jinx 136 C major 8:33
Eternal Reminiscence (Oliver Smith Remix) Boom Jinx 136 A minor 8:16

Boom Jinx's first deviation from Anjunadeep only heightened his repute.
Oli [Oliver] did a great job remixing ‘Eternal Reminiscence’ so he was one of the first that came to mind. Needless to say, he did a fantastic job and he's an absolute pleasure to work with. He is very talented and one of the nicest guys in the business.[1]

Eternal Reminiscence (Original Mix)

Referred to as 'distinctly Vangelis-like', the turpitudinous circumlocution ejaculated by the label is never authentic, or human in any way. The vocals of 'Key' are. There are no lyrics or words. There is apotheosis.
The tune is ceaselessly polyvalent. The analysis begins with a piqueing piano. Vocals ferry us to the psychomimetica of the climax.
Unfortunately, there is a horrifically banal tuneless segment interpolated, & it is even more uneventful than even the typical banality.
The climaxes are piceous. The afterplay is lachrymal. This protean masterpiece is essential.

Eternal Reminiscence (Oliver Smith Remix)

This almost unrecognisable, original mix is the original decic.
The Vantablack coat, the historic psychonautical achievements, the seraphic, hibernal afterplay- vivat Oliver Smith!
I can barely listen to this without weeping. Mirabile visu. Smith euphonously reincarnated the original tune as a different cynosural radiance. This is ultrahuman pleasure.