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Daniel Fishman A fantastic album.
RIP Mark Shreeve - :-(
You leave an amazing musical legacy....
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mathew I had to play "Bombers in the Desert" so loudly that my phone warned me about the sound level exposure. Favorite track: Bombers in the Desert.
Martin R
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Martin R this is one of my favorite "equal or better than TD's late 70's concert" records! The two long tracks (Bleed and Siren), even though split in smaller sections, are both phenomenal to listen to, for anyone who loves the "good old TD concerts", but in better quality. Favorite track: Siren III.
Dragan Cekic
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Dragan Cekic REDSHIFT-Siren

If Berlin School of Electronic Music style is your cup of coffee you can't go wrong with any of Redshift albums presented here in this collection. I vividly remember that one ordinary day was great day for me because on that day discovered Redshift on Bandcamp. Before this discovery I had only Redshift-Colder CD in my collection and that one is also great and recommended. I love them so much. Especially live albums.
Mark: 9/10

After Redshift recommended listening: Edgar Froese-Epsilon In Malaysian Pale (1975)
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Bleed I 05:16
Bleed II 03:13
Bleed III 04:48
Bleed IV 09:35
Bleed V 05:48
Wraith 11:04
Siren I 02:43
Siren II 02:36
Siren III 05:34
Siren IV 04:26
Siren V 02:58
Mania 06:11


DS01: 2002
Released in 2002 "Siren" is Redshifts' fourth album, a recording of their performance as headline act at the Alfa Centauri Festival in the Netherlands in 1999. The line-up for this concert was James Goddard, Rob Jenkins, Julian Shreeve and Mark Shreeve.

All the titles on this album were written and performed by all four band members with the exception of "Wraith" which was written by James Goddard and Julian Shreeve. Rob Jenkins plays all the guitar parts while the synthesisers, sequencers and other keyboards are played by the other three band-members.

For this newer version of the download album there is an extra track included (space restrictions on CDs prevented this on original release). It is a live version of the track "Mania" which appeared on the "Down Time" album.

The recording was mastered and produced by Mark Shreeve. The original album cover design was created by Gary

This is Graham Getty's review at the time:

"This CD presents a healthy slab of Redshift's fantastic concert at the 1999 Alfa Centauri festival in Holland. I was privileged enough to be on the front row, in a fairly central position, hence this brings back happy memories indeed.

And I think I'm right in saying that this was Redshift's first live outing since their 1996 appearance at Jodrell Bank which spawned the bulk of material on 'Ether'.

'Downtime' was released at the Alfa festival and it was that album which heralded the darker approach which has continued on 'Halo'. However, for the concert the sound they produced leans more towards 'Ether' than 'Downtime' hence get ready for more rollercoaster sequencing than that indefatigable melodic guile which is such a strength of their work.

The formula adopted is fairly straightforward. Mark Shreeve manipulates the Moog IIIC with such expertise that it really is a sight to behold, and the sound produced is frankly breathtaking. When he lets the Moog off the leash it can result in only one thing - complete domination of the sound stage. He tweaks and adjusts the sequences so that they mutate and squirm in joyous rapture. It's totally fantastic, but mindful that "light and shade" are important elements it's not too long before he reigns in the beast, clamps on the dampers and leaves the merest hint of the carnage which preceded.

Hence the other elements of the Redshift formula can emerge, surging synth pads, subliminal melodic hooks and delicious guitar refrains pitched to perfection. Then the monster re-emerges, the other elements scatter like scalded cats, and another trail of delicious sequential devastation is furrowed. Magnificent.

If this sounds like your type of music then wait no longer. The fourth chapter in the Redshift journey is here. 'Siren' will completely blow you away. File next to 'Ether'." (GG)


released November 9, 2002

Composed and performed by James Goddard, Rob Jenkins, Julian Shreeve and Mark Shreeve.
Mixed by Mark Shreeve.
Cover artwork by Gary Scott.


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Redshift London, UK

Redshift came into existence in 1994, initially as a solo project by Mark Shreeve. Shreeve had already established himself with his own more "structured" style of electronic music, along with pop songwriting, film score, TV and Library music output.
The idea behind Redshift was to create a darker, organic style of electronic music using mainly, though not exclusively, old analogue synthesisers.
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