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STELLAR OM SOURCE - Trilogy Select

Trilogy Select is the second full-length vinyl LP from Netherlands-based electronic musician Christelle Gualdi under her Stellar OM Source moniker. The album consists of a selection of tracks from her CD-R trilogy released last year (2009) (Crusader, Alliance, & Ocean Woman) hence the title Trilogy Select. It was recorded between 2006 and 2009 in a variety of locations including The Hague, Lisbon, Paris, and New York and features the track Rites Of Fusion which is a collaboration with Dan Lopatin of Oneohtrix Point Never. The original CD-R tracks were re-edited and meticulously sequenced and then remastered by Carl Saff in Chicago. Packaged in amazing full color high-gloss jackets designed by Christelle along with a double-sided color insert that features the artwork from the original 3-cd set. Also includes an mp3 download coupon. -OESB.

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