Released as the Cars were slowly breaking up, Ric Ocasek's second solo album This Side of Paradise was an attempt to establish himself as a viable commercial solo artist, and while a few songs – such as the single "Emotion in Motion" – are hypnotic and melodic, most of the songs fall flat, falling prey to weak melodies or labored production.
After 28 years and 13 albums Eat Static are back with a new album - Last Ship to Paradise, which sees founder member Merv joins forces with original Eat Static member Steve Everitt. This is the first Eat Static release that's been done entirely with modular synthesizers. Merv and Steve embrace the burgeoning underground modular movement and combined their studios with a view to pushing boundaries and exploring total creativity and control over their own sounds. They wanted to go past the normal limitations of regular analogue hardware, let alone presets and widely available plug-ins.
Angelight Music in traditional transformational style - meditative and rhythmical covering and calling in deep conditions. It is possible to listen, simply having relaxed and traveling to the world of light images. It is possible to use this music for yoga or meditation, or to reflect over meaning of the life in a philosophical solitude.
Looking for the Paradise people go to the end of the Earth and directly to the depths of Space. However the heavenly spot is there where the person finds Himself. First of all, it is necessary to look in the internal space. For this purpose it is necessary to stop external vanity, to switch on the music and to begin a way to the spiritual space. And only there the Paradise Gate will open for You.
Gino Vannelli's musical creativity reached a high point in 1977 with the release of his fifth album "A Pauper In Paradise". Like his previous album, "Gist of The Gemini", "Pauper.." is high on dynamic musical arrangements and showcases Vannelli's vocals at their very best.