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Conglomerate Ruins

from Traces of Humanity by Andrea Baroni



Even now we can observe the downfall of our lands. Concrete covers lakes, woods and fields. In the end we became a sort of disease for this planet. We poisoned it, and we poisoned ourselves at the same time. Only ruins remains of the places where we used to live, and die.


We used to live here

Once there was woods
Lakes and empty skies
Once there was fields
Once there was lifes

Bring me to ruin

Conglomerate ruins

We used to smell poisons
We used to breathe fog
We used to eat concrete
To build and reach the core
We used to endanger everything
That wasn't in our plans
We used to ignore the effects
We are like the worst disease

We used to die here


from Traces of Humanity, released October 1, 2008


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Andrea Baroni Brighton, UK

Andrea “bluegestalt” Baroni is a composer, sound designer and multi-instrumentalist. Born in Italy, he is now living and working in the UK.

His style ranges from piano and orchestral to eighties-inspired electronic synthwave and chiptune music. His music is known for its intricate yet powerful melodies, lush arrangements, and atmospheric and experimental soundscapes.
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