- Create – Analogue Revival [8:02]
- Remotion – Freeflight [5:17]
- Loren Nerell & Steve Roach & Chuck Oken – Zone Patrol [8:14]
- Paul Ellis & Steve Roach – Where are you? [5:58]
- 4m33s – Elegy [3:56]
- Gert Emmens – The Morning after [6:23]
- Syn – Viking Mission II [7:52]
- Russell Storey – Cosmic Kiwi [6:43]
- Kees Aerts – Grey Keys [7:45]
- Altres – Brain Flame [7:54]
- Modulator ESP – Tsunami [5:18]
- Ian Tescee – Aquamarine [3:49]
Create, Tescee, Ellis, Emmens, Syn ++
Artemi Pugachov / Encyclopedia of Electronic Music –
All tracks on this CD are cross-faded to make Analogy” a continuous journey.
Create opens the sampler with “Analogue Revival” – a fitting title. A heavy bass growl and then the first punchy sequences appear. A super tasty way to open an album to say the least. The sounds are grungy
Phil Derby / Electroambient Space –
These 12 previously unreleased tracks begin with Steve Humphries, a.k.a. Create, from whom we have the aptly named Analogue Reviva.”. A steady driving sequence keeps this one going. A loud warbly synth sound rings out frequently
Edgar Kogler –
All the synthesizers used in this CD are analog. Although the diversity of styles is remarkable, most of the themes can be labelled within Space Music. In this album, you can hear a marvellous collection of pieces.
These are the contents of the anthology: Create: Analogue Revival”. Remotion: “Freeflight”. Loren Nerell & Steve Roach & Chuck Oken: “Zone Patrol”. Paul Ellis & Steve Roach: “Where are you?”. 4m33s: “Elegy”. Gert Emmens: “The Morning after”. Syn: “Viking Mission II”. Russell Storey: “Cosmic Kiwi”. Kees Aerts: “Grey Keys”. Altres: “Brain Flame”. Modulator ESP: “Tsunami”. Ian Tescee: “Aquamarine”.
2006. Edgar Kogler“