You up for McDEAD's massive prog wig-out?
Time of Flight - from the next McDEAD album
Wait till it drops at 2:30 - this track will blow your mind!
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If you like it - I'll release it
"One year and three trips around the Sun later, NASA's Parker Solar Probe heard some weird, sci-fi sounds from plasma within the solar wind -- and those sounds may answer unanswered questions about how the wind forms"
A majestic 7:20 minute track by McDEAD inspired by the very small and the very big scale of scientific adventure
Firstly the amazing Time of Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry machine at Imperial College London McDEAD used for detecting molecular ions - where he found out it was also used for space rocks. This track then experiments with a variety of sounds and instruments, blended with cracks and whistles of the Solar Winds via the Whistler Mode Waves signals obtained by the Parker solar probe launched by NASA and John Hopkins University
The science is further mangled up around an extended remix of McDEAD's previously 1:40 short Pink Zeppelin... now remixed - totally full on - here in all it's magnificent 70's-20's glory - Enjoy!more