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Oblivion Ensemble - Nightmare: SinistrotorsE download Performer: Oblivion Ensemble
Title: Nightmare: SinistrotorsE
Style: Modern Classical, Noise, Abstract, Experimental, Industrial
Released: 1995
MP3 album: 1944 mb
FLAC album: 1457 mb
WMA album: 1742 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: MPC DTS AHX MP2 AU MIDI XM
Genre: Electronic music
Oblivion Ensemble - Nightmare: SinistrotorsE download


1 Six
2 Three
3 Four
4 Veil
5 So...ft
6 Enlitte
7 Beneath Twilight
8 Reverie
9 Liquid:
10 (Falling Down)
11 View
12 The Obliarch Next
13 Part 1
14 Part 2
15 Part 3
16 Part 4
17 Part 5
18 Part 6
19 Part 7
20 Part 8
21 Part 9
22 Part 10
23 Ten

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  • Produced At – Studio Ligeia
  • Engineered At – Studio Ligeia


  • Arranged By – Doug Wallace (tracks: 6,9,10,12)
  • Artwork – Brannon Hungness, David Forero, John Bergstrom, Jonathon Taylor, Kathleen May, Tom Miller
  • Composed By, Electronics, Synth, Vocals, Engineer, Producer – John Bergstrom
  • Composed By, Electronics, Trumpet – Mark Kirschenmann (tracks: 13-22)
  • Composed By, Guitar, Bass, Electronics, Vocals, Engineer, Producer – Brannon Hungness
  • Percussion – Chris Froh*, Doug Wallace, Eastman Chamber Percussion Ensemble, Patrick Long , Shane Shanahan
  • Soprano Vocals – Rebecca Karpoff, Renée Favand*


A "virtual" opera featuring a wide array of electronics, acoustic instruments, female vocalists, whispers, staticky noise rock and a dark libretto woven into a surreal sound sculpture.

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I recently picked up a copy of Oblivion Ensemble Nightmare Sinistrotorse, a very unique CD combining many different styles of music. Doing a google search, I found their myspace.com site and listened to their upcoming album on Malignant Records Seraphim Hallucino. I think this stands out from the multitude of other "experimental" releases because it sounds like nothing else out there. A lot of acoustic percussion, bell and cymbal sounds mixed with crawling electronic noises. Some vocals, and some more rock-oriented pieces. A nice listen.