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Arcane - Pulse FLAC album


Performer: Arcane
Genre: Electronic
Title: Pulse
Country: UK
Released: 2007
Style: Berlin-School
FLAC version ZIP size: 1831 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1110 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1854 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 736
Other Formats: MP1 DMF AC3 DTS AIFF XM FLAC

Arcane Pulse is an Arcane Enhancement that provides a chance to replenish additional health for you and nearby allies whenever a Health Orb is picked up. Can be sold for ‍1,000. Capturing the Eidolon Gantulyst grants a . 9% chance to get an Arcane Pulse, killing it will not yield this arcane. This enhancement synergizes with Nekros' Despoil Augment, as it makes Desecrate use Nekros' health to cast instead of his energy.

Arcane (3). Pulse ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album). Not On Label (Paul Lawler Self-released). Those who are familiar with Arcane will likely also know that they are a fictional band created by UK musician, producer, and synthesist Paul Lawler. With "Pulse", Lawler has further expanded on the fabricated backstory by composing a soundtrack to a nonexistent movie, a thematically interesting approach to a genre that sadly only rarely deviates from space-based inspiration of one kind or another.

Arcane, Arcane, Pulse Tone. Tracks count: 48. Views: 2. Pulse Tone - Revolution 03:21. Pulse Tone - Rebirth 02:14. Pulse Tone - Jazz Swarm 05:23. Pulse Tone, Arcane - Float Up 02:38. Pulse Tone - After 01:58.

Pulse (stylised as p·u·l·s·e) is a live album by the English rock band Pink Floyd. It was released on 29 May 1995 by EMI in the United Kingdom and on 6 June 1995 by Columbia in the United States. The album was recorded during the European leg of Pink Floyd's Division Bell Tour in 1994. The album is notable to include a complete live version of The Dark Side of the Moon. It also features "Astronomy Domine", a Syd Barrett song not performed since the early 1970s.

Tracklist

Hel Bound 5:36
Aftermath 6:11
Slaska Escape 5:32
Dobranoc 6:28
Hymn 8:09
Route 216 5:44
Ulica Brzozowa 8:38
The Kabushian Connection 15:43
Pulse 6:46
End Titles 6:28

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Arcane Pulse ‎(CDr, Album) Not On Label (Paul Lawler Self-released) none UK 2007
none Arcane Pulse ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Paul Lawler Self-released) none UK 2007
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Those who are familiar with Arcane will likely also know that they are a fictional band created by UK musician, producer, and synthesist Paul Lawler. With "Pulse", Lawler has further expanded on the fabricated backstory by composing a soundtrack to a nonexistent movie, a thematically interesting approach to a genre that sadly only rarely deviates from space-based inspiration of one kind or another. When working under his Arcane pseudonym, Lawler primarily concentrates on composing music that is heavily and unashamedly inspired by Tangerine Dream (usually bearing the influence of their Virgin years period more than any other), and unlike most of the many imitators that have followed in TD's footsteps over the years, Lawler actually manages to match and even surpass the quality of the German electronic pioneers' output with an impressive degree of frequency. As with the majority of Lawler's work, "Pulse" is a very solid effort in nearly every respect -- production values, sound design, and compositional structure are all of an admirably high calibre, and the album contains not a single track that fails to satisfy. Whether it's the sublime melancholia of a song like "Aftermath", the superbly diverse and melodically euphoric "Route 216", or the gradually unfolding and sequencer-heavy intrigue of "The Kabushian Connection", Lawler seems to have a deep well of creativity from which to draw. If there's any criticism that could legitimately be leveled at Lawler, it would be that his compositions can at times feel somewhat constrained and sapped of their visceral potency by a certain overly calculated approach to the composition process, a tendency that it would seem is common amongst classically trained musicians (Lawler studied at Manchester's Chetham's School of Music in the mid-90's). This compositional approach seems to be a double-edged sword, however, as it is no doubt also this sophisticated grasp of musical structure that enables Lawler to infuse his pieces with an ingenuity and intricacy that Tangerine Dream themselves only rarely achieved. Recommended unreservedly to any fans of the genre, or of well-constructed instrumental music in general.