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Vangelis 10/25/1990

Review

Vangelis uses ringing synthesizer textures and stately rhythms to evoke the majesty of China, in a similar fashion to another of his "geography" works, Antarctica. While a few tracks use acoustic piano and other organic instruments, the centerpieces "Chung Kuo," "The Dragon" and "Himalaya" use bracing percussion and synthesizer effects to emphasize the subjects (each reflected by its title). ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Chung Kuo Vangelis 5:31
  3. 2 The Long March Vangelis 2:2
  4. 3 The Dragon Vangelis 4:16
  5. 4 The Plum Blossom Vangelis 2:39
  6. 5 The Tao of Love Vangelis 2:46
  7. 6 The Little Fete Vangelis 3:5
  8. 7 Yin and Yang Vangelis 5:52
  9. 8 Himalaya Vangelis 10:54
  10. 9 Summit Vangelis 4:30

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