Cosmic Invasion

by CosmoMoose

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    Album length: 59:06 of uninterrupted music and lots of artwork

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    12-track high-quality CD for those who like music they can hold. CD sleeve designed by me. I can individually autograph the sleeve if you request :-)

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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Doctor Who Theme, Summer Memories/Hola Havana (single), Memories of Moosetopia, Shooting Stars (Single), and Cosmic Invasion. , and , .

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Thank you for checking out this page. I created this album to be a sci-fi "soundtrack for the mind", with strong catchy themes taking the listener on an hour-long musical journey where the Cosmic comes to Earth. This is what the reviewers say:

"Absolutely Fantastic. Highly recommend this, whether you're a fan of Vangelis, Jean Michael Jarre, instrumentals, or science fiction style music. From the moment I first heard Galileo's Mission on the station I DJ for, I was hooked. Great tracks from start to finish. Well worth the price and look forward to future works from CosmoMoose."

"Fantastic music and well composed, recommended"

"Jean Michel Jarre Would Be Proud Of This Piece Of Work. An impressive album that edges towards the New-Age and Sci-Fi genres, also, a very strong Jean Michel Jarre influence with strings and choirs evident throughout. An excellent cross section of tracks from moody atmospheric tracks to dance tracks. Album highlights are, "Cosmic Invasion", "Shooting Stars", "Tears Of The Moon", "Lost Vessel" and the stunning closing track "Light Of This World" which runs for just over 11 minutes! A breathtaking piece of work"

"I love this album and .... listen to this every day and I will wear it out soon, then I will buy another one....because its a beautiful album....just beautiful."

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released November 28, 2013

Composed, Arranged, Produced & Performed by Chris Medway (CosmoMoose)
Vocals on "RoboDrama" by Sharon Medway
Sleeve Design: Chris Medway
Album Photography: Sharon Medway
Mixed and Mastered by Chris Medway at 9EQ Studios, Devon

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CosmoMoose Dawlish, UK

CosmoMoose creates timeless electronic music full of catchy melodies and imaginative themes with dramatic, emotional and playful qualities that Jarre & Vangelis fans would instantly love.
CosmoMoose is composer/producer Chris Medway from Devon, UK who has written music in many genres from musical theatre to children's songs and is available to provide an original score for film and media projects.
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Track Name: RoboDrama
WHERE ARE THE HUMANS?
WHERE ARE THE HUMANS?
THEY'RE NOT HERE.
FIND ALL THE HUMANS.

No, don’t leave me,
Only you can save me.
No, don’t leave me.
Coz, if you leave me,
then they will find me.
Coz, if you leave me,
then they’ll find me.

FIND ALL THE HUMANS.
WHERE ARE THE HUMANS?
WHERE ARE THE HUMANS?
THEY'RE NOT HERE.
FIND ALL THE HUMANS.

No, don’t leave me.
No, please save me.
No, don’t leave me.
I’m not asking for pity,
Only for mercy,
You know, if you leave me,
then they’ll find me.

I know
You think that I betrayed you.
I know
This wasn’t what I planned.
I hope
One day you will forgive me,
But today, please understand,
That my life is in your hands.

I’m not looking for pity,
Only for mercy,
From what will become of me
When they find me.

FOUND THE LAST HUMAN