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Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker Album

Genre: Electronic
Performer: Robert Rich & B. Lustmord
Title: Stalker
Style: Dark Ambient
Date of release: 1995
FLAC album size: 1895 mb
MP3 album size: 2324 mb

Tracklist

A Point Of No Return11:35
Synergistic Perceptions10:59
Undulating Terrain5:36
Omnipresent Boundary15:00
Elemental Trigger6:06
Hidden Refuge9:36
Delusion Fields9:33

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HS11059-2Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(CD, Album)FathomHS11059-2US1995
HS11059-2Robert Rich & B.Lustmord Robert Rich & B.Lustmord - Stalker ‎(CD, Album)FathomHS11059-2US1995
HS11059-2Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(CD, Album, RE)FathomHS11059-2US1998
8-866Robert Rich / B. Lustmord Robert Rich / B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)ArsNova8-866Russia2000
1-HOS-11059 Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, TP)Hearts Of Space Records1-HOS-11059 US2018
1-HOS-11059Robert Rich, B. Lustmord Robert Rich, B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle)Hearts Of Space, Fathom1-HOS-11059US2018
1-HOS-11059 Robert Rich, B. Lustmord Robert Rich, B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Dar)Hearts Of Space Records, Fathom1-HOS-11059 US2019
2-HOS-11059Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Hearts Of Space Records2-HOS-11059USUnknown
2-HOS-11059Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(7xFile, WAV, Album, RE)Fathom2-HOS-11059USUnknown
HS11059-2Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(CD, Album, RE)FathomHS11059-2USUnknown
2-HOS-11059, HS11059-2Robert Rich, B. Lustmord Robert Rich, B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(CD, Album, RE)Fathom, Fathom2-HOS-11059, HS11059-2USUnknown
noneRobert Rich / B. Lustmord Robert Rich / B. Lustmord - Stalker ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial)ArsNovanoneRussiaUnknown

Album

We do not own the rights to this album Stalker - Robert Rich, B Lustmord 1995 Stalker is a collaborative album by ambient musicians Robert Rich and is a collaborative album by ambient musicians Robert Rich and B. It was inspired by the 1979 Soviet film of the same name, directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. The cover image is a photograph by landscape photographer Brad Cole. It is a work from 1988 titled Remnants of Resonance 2. Hearts of Space Records Album Page. Stalker, with B. Photo by Brad Cole. Composed By Brian Williams, Robert Rich Design Jeff Taylor, Stephen Hill Mastered By Bob Olhsson, Robert Rich Mixed By Robert Rich Photography By Brad Cole. Inspired by the 1979 film Stalker , directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. Stalker by Robert Rich & B. Lustmord, released 21 November 1995 1. Elemental Trigger 2. Synergistic Perceptions 3. Hidden Refuge 4. Delusion Fields 5. Omnipresent Boundary 6. Undulating Terrain 7. A Point of No Return Robert Rich joins underground sound design legend B. Lustmord for an extended journey inspired by the title and the hypnotic minimalism of Andrei Tarkovsky's mesmerizing futurefiction film Stalker. Bring death to those who spurn the holy power of the Monolith Favorite track: Hidden Refuge. W3aveworld. Lustmord & Robert Rich. Нью-ейдж 1995. Elemental Trigger. Steve Roach. A Troubled Resting Place. Robert Rich. The So Flows Sessions. Patrick O'Hearn. Vibrant Water. Thom Brennan. East of the Full Moon. Listen free to Robert Rich & B. Lustmord Stalker Elemental Trigger, Synergistic Perceptions and more. 7 tracks 68:25. Stalker 1995 is a collaborative album by ambient musicians Robert Rich and Brian Williams. It was inspired by the 1979 film of the same name by Andrei Tarkovsky. The cover image is a photograph by the critically acclaimed landscape photographer Brad Cole. Stalker, by Robert Rich and B. Lustmord, is one of the darkest e-music CDs ever. The title refers to a film by Andre Tarkovsky, not, as many folks believe, to a stalker. It is a guide to possible interpretations of ambivalent reality where nothing is as it seems. Its purpose is to decode this landscape of fractured density. That is pretty heady stuff. And, while this is a very dark CD, it is also intelligent and structured. Rich has a knack for making his sound designs sound like they are free-form. Lustmord is known for his dark ambience. Together, the. The dark ambient geniuses Robert Rich & Brian Lustmord join forces here to introduce us to the film Stalker, a 1979 sci-fi film. This is not the soundtrack or the replacement of the soundtrack, this album is just made in the spirit of that movie. I haven't seen it, so I can't say much about it, but the music in this album lives its own life not minding the movie. Offering to the Morning Fog. Live at the Gatherings 2015. 2017 Live. Lift a Feather to the Flood. Robert Rich & Markus Reuter. Foothills: Robert Rich Live on KFJC. 2016 Live. What We Left Behind. Lustmord, Robert Rich. Listen to Stalker by B

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Comments to album Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker
Landamath
Beautiful reissue on vinyl. Pressing and sound quality is great. The artwork is also great but, couldn't the designer not make the barcode a bit smaller?!
Ishnjurus
I've gotta say, the way the pressing color came out on this release looks nothing like how it was marketed and I really bought it because of the coloring (already had the original CD). Someone definitely dropped the ball here...However, this pressing is phenomenal in terms of overall sound quality. Definitely one of the best-sounding ambient records I own, period. If you don't care about the color, at least get it for the quality pressing. Those glorious rumbles coming through my speakers, just incredible.
Murn
Sorry - you are correct. The color was incorrectly inverted at the pressing plant, but happy to hear you enjoyed the sound quality! When we first started promoting it, we could only show an approximation of how it was supposed to look. But we just released a second pressing and got the color right this time - grey with smoke. Thanks for the support!
komandante
pressed in vinyl for the 1st time available here: https://www.valley-entertainment.com/products/b-lustmord-robert-rich-stalker
Samulkree
I fail to comprehend people's dithyrambic reviews on this release. It is ofcourse very good, but definetely not THE dark ambient release. Listen to it directly after e.g. Raison d' etre's 'The empty hollow unfolds' and you will see how weak and superficial it sounds in comparison.
Jerdodov
I checked the recommended album, though neither the bandname nor the title didn't promise much good. Lo and behold, it was unlistenable gothic kitsch.
Dondallon
Please explain what you mean by superficial? Are you the quintessential expert on drone or dark ambient music?Its a "darker" release from the RR catalog but nothing like Lustmord's solo material but that's the premise of the music to further explore the boundaries of between the two musicians.
Micelhorav
Thanks for making this point - Upon reading your comment, I ordered the album in question (Raison). I consider Stalker to be THE dark ambient album by virtue of defeating everything I have heard, which is not a lot, so I am looking forward to more suggestions.I have to agree that the empty hollow unfolds is indeed an excellent album. It certainly wins at "darkness" in moments, but as an album, it lacks some of the continuity that stalker maintains. I'm not overkeen on the percussive hits in the first track either - they are jarring and pull me out of what I am listening to. I'd still give it 4.9 stars, though. It is very good - I just think Stalker holds the (different) vibe better. I mean that the first track just fades out to nothing. I wanted to stay there. I did not want to leave.
Dawncrusher
One of the greatest dark ambient albums ever. Beautiful soundscapes, amazing atmospheres.A must listen to every ambient fanatic!
Uranneavo
Praised for being an absolute masterpiece in the realm of dark ambient the album somehow transcends and eludes this somewhat narrow characteristic as actually it's a towering achevement in electronic music in general.It's all too apparent that Rich and Lustmord have spent a great deal of thought and labour and in turn crafted a sonic vehicle that is truly flawless in every single aspect. From the most seemingly insignificant details, through subtly constructed vast landscapes that stir emotions and conjure frightful and eerie images all the way to impecable infusion of short snippets from the film and the layout of the whole album, where each track tells a different tale yet fits seamelessly with the others to form a coherent...nightmare. Essential listen for anyone interested in true art.On another note, I would strongly recommend tracking down the original motion picture from 1978, directed by A. Tarkovsky, one of the greatest Russian filmmakers, responsible for such masterpieces as "Andrei Rublev", "The Mirror" and "Solaris", as well as the original novel "Roadside Picnic", written by Strugatsky brothers, brilliant Russian Si-Fi writters.
Drelahuginn
just wanted to correct, Strugatsky brothers
Zicelik
One of the most essential (and influential) dark-ambient albums of 20th century. It captures the mood of Tarkovsky's film perfectly and contains several sound snippets from it (most clearly heard on Track 3), cleverly blended into the murky soundworlds of Stalker. The album reveals more details with each respective listen. Must-have for every ambient fan.
Original
Dark-ambient albums are a peculiar beast; favourites in the genre frequently achieve the mood and tone without difficulty, but struggle with active direction from that point onward. Stalker is one of the few exceptions. From the very first track, Elemental Trigger, it's clear that a great deal of time and thought has been put into these compositions. I listen to this album frequently whilst falling asleep, and it manages to trigger some fantastic mental images.* The album is based liberally on Andre Tarkovsky's 1979 film of the same name, and the mood of the film is captured admirably by Rich and Lustmord. But any resemblance to the arc of the film seems almost inconsequential, as the compositions stand well alone from any existing pretext. Fans of ambient music, dark or otherwise will be duly rewarded for seeking this album out. * I could go on for some length about these images, but that would ruin the experience. Just close your eyes and let your mind wander..
Ausstan
The dark ambient geniuses Robert Rich & Brian Lustmord join forces here to introduce us to the film Stalker, a 1979 sci-fi film. This is not the soundtrack or the replacement of the soundtrack, this album is just made in the spirit of that movie. I haven't seen it, so I can't say much about it, but the music in this album lives its own life not minding the movie. Deep, dark, eerie are just a couple of words that first come to mind, when descriping the music, but this is much more. This mysterious album holds in so much potential, it's like a voyage you want to take every day.
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