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Tracklist

Atomic Outbreak 7:49
Gravitational Waves 7:01

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FUN512 A Force Atomic Outbreak / Gravitational Waves ‎(12") Fundamental Recordings FUN512 Netherlands 2004
FUN512 A Force Atomic Outbreak / Gravitational Waves ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Fundamental Recordings FUN512 Netherlands 2004
FUN512 A Force Atomic Outbreak / Gravitational Waves ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Fundamental Recordings FUN512 Netherlands 2004
FUN512 A Force Atomic Outbreak (Kristoff Remix) ‎(File, MP3, 320) Fundamental Recordings FUN512 Netherlands 2006


A Force - Atomic Outbreak / Gravitational Waves mp3 download
Performer: A Force
Genre: Electronic
Title: Atomic Outbreak / Gravitational Waves
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2004
Style: Trance
MP3 version ZIP size: 1768 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1320 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 748
Other Formats: FLAC MP3 AC3 AUD MPC AIFF VQF

Der Bat
Astute listeners would link the vibe of Atomic Outbreak to that of Solid Globe's 2003 anthem North Pole. Some of the rhythms at the intro harken back to the sound. With the exception being that Atomic Outbreak is one for the record books when it comes to flipping the switch between deathly, foreboding silence and perhaps the most ferocious, unrelentingly powerful breakdown in a long, long time. Atomic Outbreak is the kind of song people love to talk about when they explain how trance music is not merely just passive listening, but a very interactive, engaging journey. The intro is teeming with immaculate details. Aside from a standard 4/4 kick beat, hi-hat, and bassline loops (all well done, either way), there are several subtle non-looping percussion sounds that shake, rattle, and tick rather nervously off in the distance. High pitched lead sounds scatter shyly throughout, as only someone devoting full attention to the song can hear. Such an environment encourages the listener to calmly listen, until the track takes a diving turn into a much more sinister and violent direction. Siren-like synths wail upwards as the song's groove becomes noticeably more intense. Just as the song attains a clear plateau in energy, it deconstructs rather forcefully, leaving the listener alone with a very melancholy pad melody and even more subtle melodic details, all with the purpose of lulling the listener into complacency and heightening the anticipation. Then.... it explodes with percussion!... then... silence again... and then.... WHAP! We're clearly in fever pitch mode and the song just builds and builds from there on. Didn't see that coming did you? The central melody, too, is rather forceful and intense. Interestingly, the most emotional bits are hidden in those details I keep mentioning. The energy is in all the outbursts that spawn from starkly contrasting silence. A brilliant, brilliant song. Gravitational Waves on the B is similarly as poignant about details as Atomic Outbreak, but is not nearly as intense by a long shot. It has a more predictable build, though it is still a great song as well. It compliments the release nicely, but I vote Atomic Outbreak for best.