Wavestar – Zenith


Released: 1985 By Groove Unlimited

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  1. Zenith [10:32]MP3 soundclip of Zenith [2:59]
  2. Gyroscopic Nutation [3:33]
  3. Chord [3:21]
  4. Melanie [8:02]MP3 soundclip of Melanie [3:00]
  5. Osaka Hai [10:17]
  6. Tangent [8:22]
  7. Time Node [10:58]

    Bonus track:

  8. Time Node [11:57]MP3 soundclip of Time Node [3:00]
    From 1991 KLEMdag rehearsel

Melodic, Berlin School-like

Additional information

Weight 105 g



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9 reviews for Wavestar – Zenith

  1. Joyson Das / Mumbai, India

    Hello everybody..I am a 28 year old and I discovered the music of Wavestar a couple of years ago and have been hooked ever since – may it is just their beautiful melodies or the scenic haunting qualities that make their music perfect tone poems. I make films and their music have been a constant companion and a source of inspiration. There was a time when I used to listen to ‘Edge of morning’ from Moonwind every night before I went to sleep.

    It is wonderful that I got to read the comments of Mr Ward-Hunt’s family members and would like to give them my regards…cheers.

    2013. Joyson Das / Mumbai, India

  2. The Cosmic Frequencies

    As I sit here in from of my PC going through the Groove catalog from A-Z listening to the bonus track of Zenith I keep looking over to my CD player gazing away and just swooning to these beautiful sounds.
    This will always be a true classic, A retro Berlin School style as smooth as you could hope for.

    2010. The Cosmic Frequencies

  3. Claire / England

    Hi, I am David Ward-Hunt‘s granddaughter and I am so happy that people can remember him over the Internet as he was the most thoughtful and happy person I knew. We love you GaGa.

    2003. Claire / England

  4. Gemma McRoberts / England

    Waves stares music I think is really inspirering. My grandad is David Ward-Hunt who was in the group but sadly passed away about 5 years ago. I wasn’t shocked to see that my sister Claire had writen a message too, because all we want to see is that we love you.

    2004. Gemma McRoberts / England

  5. Andy G.

    If youre a synth music fan and don’t know the history of this UK group by now, well……..what can I say.
    Formed in early 80s they hit the synth scene with a bullet in 85, rose to giddy heights to headline UK Electronica 87″ and then split up after an abortive deal with a USA label that folded on them.

  6. Melanie Ward-Hunt

    Hi I am David Ward-Hunt‘s youngest daughter, Melanie! I think its great that Wavestar is still being talked about. Dad loved his music, and music in general! in every sense. In return he was loved by everyone he met and by most of all his family.
    Sadly his mother (granny) died in November last year, but Pop (Peter Ward-Hunt) is still looking after us all, with his fresh vegetables every season!! I am honoured to be a part of my family and even more honoured to of had the privilige of being David Ward-Hunt‘s daughter.
    He was and always will be the kindest man I’ve ever met.
    Always in my thoughts

    2004. Melanie Ward-Hunt

  7. Sue Ward-Hunt / England

    To Live in Memory is Not to Die, That’s all there is to say, Eldest Daughter of David Ward-Hunt.
    Happy memories that I think of daily x

    2007. Sue Ward-Hunt / England

  8. GG / UK

    Ah, those were the days. Listening to a Wavestar album, for this listener at least, is never less than a pleasure. I’ve heard some say they never really understood what all the fuss was about. OK, in terms of technical precision and timing these albums can sound a bit rough around the edges” by modern standards. But it’s like living in an old house. You like it because of the imperfections

  9. Bernie Dawson

    There are some bands and releases that one returns to time and time again. Wavestar and their first two offerings are just such an example. I first saw them at Electronica 87 and sat there entranced. Their blend of majestic melodies, their mastery of soundscapes and sequences, choice of sounds etc etc hits the spot for me everytime.

    2009. Bernie Dawson

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