Cathedral Of Stars
Out Of Orion (Ox3)02:50
Deep Space Mission
Out Of Orion (Ox3)05:06
Out Of Orion (Ox3)06:11
The Hexagon Of Saturn
Out Of Orion (Ox3)04:34
Out Of Orion (Ox3)05:50
The Colour Of The Moon
Out Of Orion (Ox3)05:38
Out Of Orion (Ox3)04:12
Murder In Earth Orbit
Out Of Orion (Ox3)04:06
The Sound Of Stars
Out Of Orion (Ox3)04:28
This Lonely Earth
Out Of Orion (Ox3)02:52
This CD is dedicated to:
Astreaux World at http://www.live365.com/stations/astreaux?play
Astreaux World has almost single handedly kept space music alive on the net.
Track 1-Cathedral Of Stars-Our hero while on his deep space mission takes time to view the majesty of the stars around him.
Track 2-Deep Space Mission-Yes, our hero is on a deep space mission but he can't tell you about it because it's classified Space Secret.
Track 3-Shar-Our hero passes a huge strange reddish planet on the far reaches of our solar system as he heads toward Earth. He remembers having read about a planet called Nibiru and how it was conjectured to have a 3600 year orbit around the sun.
Track 4-The Hexagon Of Saturn-While passing Saturn our hero notices the strange pattern on the planet. What did it mean?
Track 5-Termination Shock-Our hero pushes through the decreasing solar winds. Ah, to harness that power!
Track 6-The Colour Of The Moon-Closer to Earth now. What colour is the moon? White, yellow, grey or black?
Track 7-Earth Approach-Even though still far from the home planet our hero feels elation starting to build inside him. He's been gone for a long time and this final homecoming will be bittersweet.
Track 8-Murder In Earth Orbit-However, all is not well on the ship. There is a murderer loose and our hero has to determine who it is before going Earthside.
Track 9-The Sound Of Stars-Before coming home for the last time our hero listens to star signals from outer space. They have become almost a lullaby to him as he drifts into an uneasy sleep.
Track 10-This Lonely Earth-Home again to the lonely planet from which he was born. There will be no more space adventures. Maybe he'll try a gig turning on Earthbound slugs to Space music. Yeh, that's the ticket.
Cover photograph by NASA-Public Domain.