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MP3 Lifetron - Brain Tar
progressive eclectic rock
17 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Progressive Rock
Lifetron is the cultured, seasoned musical duo of Henry Tarnecky and Mike Milillo who met and started collaborating in 1995. In the spring of 2000 Lifetron released their third CD project entitled "Please Tell Me this is just a TV Show"! This CD is a unique conceptual musical experience laced with bountiful keyboard generated orchestrations. The yoga inspired theme of the CD questions the listener''s perception of reality. Lifetron''s varied range of musical styles from classical, through jazz to progressive art rock were quite evident on this CD project and continue to evolve into their very own unique sound. In the fall of 2000 their fourth CD project entitled "The Evolution of the Sun" was released! This advant garde educational project is an awesome musical narrative depicting the scientific processes involved in the birth and ultimate death of stars including a prelude to the big bang. This CD won 1st place as an instrumental in the 2004 on line music awards and was featured in a planetarium show with special lighting and visuals at Youngstown, University in early 2001.
Since their inception, Lifetron''s artistic efforts have been concentrated in the recording studio. Earlier CD''s include "Goin'' Home" released in 1998 and "Where Lifetrons Roam" released in 1999. Their musical compositions have reached the airwaves and the world through independent music driven US and foreign radio stations
In March 2002 they completed a unique conceptual CD soundtrack with songs and narrative to support the first issue of a published forward thinking adventure comic book entitled "Conkamoe" the Saga of the Sage. Toward the end of 2002 and into 2003 more CD''s were released "Don''t Blow that Horn Hand Me the Can Opener", "The Scientist", "Inside Looking Out'' and "Bonk". Their latest works include solo and joint projects. "Brain Tar" is to be formally released in 2004 and will be accompanied by a fifty page full color book of lyrical poems illustrated with pen and ink drawings by Jim Palmer.
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