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Celestial Ceiling - The Discovery of Life on Mars album download
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Celestial Ceiling - The Discovery of Life on Mars album download

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Celestial Ceiling
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The Discovery of Life on Mars
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Celestial Ceiling does not disappoint with sophomore effort, "The Discovery of Life on Mars. Where 2009's "Daughters of Atlas" was bright and sweet, 2010's "Discovery" is deep and moody. Used by permission, the record draws inspiration from the work of Andrew D. Basiago who claims to have actually visited Mars on several top secret experimental voyages during his childhood. Image PIA 10214" is striking and stands out as a landmark in sonic execution, we brace ourselves for a unique ride, from here on out all rules are left at the door.

Tom Gallagher O'Connell. Tom Gallagher O'Connell. 7. Martian Plesiosaur.

The Discovery of Life on Mars. 4 years ago 4 years ago. Electronic. Follow Celestial Ceiling and others on SoundCloud.

Imminent Discovery thinks Phoenix may find simple life. Finding this evidence will definitely become headline. f it happens. Is it possible it might have originated from earth? Perhaps from space, like the famous Antarctica meteorite which was believed to contain evidence of life transported here from Mars? According to Richard Trentman, a Minor Planet Coordinator at Powell Observatory, The idea of life in some form on other planets, I believe is highly probable. Over time, many astronomers have spent a lifetime dreaming of life and formations on Mars like the misguided Slipher: Some form of vegetation exists. The evidence is in the blue-green areas and the changes in their appearance. Vegetation would present exactly the appearance shown, and nothing we know of but vegetation could.

Celestial Ceiling IDM Sound Collage Abstract Ethereal Lo-Fi Ambient 2010. Performer: Celestial Ceiling. Title: The Discovery of Life on Mars.

The possibility of life on Mars is a subject of significant interest to astrobiology due to its proximity and similarities to Earth. To date, no proof has been found of past or present life on Mars. Cumulative evidence shows that during the ancient Noachian time period, the surface environment of Mars had liquid water and may have been habitable for microorganisms. The existence of habitable conditions does not necessarily indicate the presence of life.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rover Spirit Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:52
2 Andy's Theme Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:05
3 Colombia Basin Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:26
4 The Discovery Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:04
5 Image PIA 10214 Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:27
6 Treasure Trove Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:59
7 Martian Plesiosaur Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 4:30
8 Egyptian Artifact Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:25
9 Humanoid Beings Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 2:22
10 Animal Species Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:33
11 Carved Statues Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:45
12 Built Structures Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 1:51
13 Jump Room Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 2:08
14 Secret Bases Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 2:58
15 Human Presence Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 3:40
16 Paradigm Shift Tom Gallagher O'Connell Celestial Ceiling 5:55
  • Celestial Ceiling do not disappoint with their sophomore effort, "The Discovery of Life on Mars." Where 2009's "Daughters of Atlas" was bright and sweet, 2010's "Discovery" is deep and moody. The title is lifted from a scientific research paper of the same name. Used by permission, the record draws inspiration from the work of Andrew D. Basiago who claims to have actually visited Mars on several top secret experimental voyages during his childhood. Basiago, who went on to amass quite an extensive amount of photographic evidence of life on Mars, actually contributed the track names to the album. The record begins with some of Celestial Ceiling's most accessible moments, in fact several of the opening tracks, "Colombia Basin" in particular has gone on to receive extensive radio play in the Miami airwaves. The first third or so of the record is by far Celestial Ceiling at their most melodic and --dare I say-- commercial, yet as the album progresses we are taken deeper and deeper into a universe far more abstract and borderline experimental than any CC recordings to date. "Image PIA 10214" is striking and stands out as a landmark in sonic execution, we brace ourselves for a unique ride, from here on out all rules are left at the door. The record flows and develops more like a strange foreign film, but never leaves the listener alienated, we are always along for the ride.The final track, "Paradigm Shift" as Basiago so named it, is unlike anything I as a music critic have ever heard in my life. I have almost no idea how the sounds were crafted and I am challenged as a listener - not because it is a difficult listen but because it is so deeply introspective and pensive, so personal and yet universal, without drawing from any melodic or rhythmic conventions. You may not walk away from the record whistling a tune - but you do not walk away the same at all. Geoff Spencer, Earphoria Magazine