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ROSWELL SIX - Terra Incognita: Beyond The Horizon

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ROSWELL SIX - Terra Incognita: Beyond The HorizonWith James LaBrie, Michael Sadler, John Payne, Lana Lane, Erik Norlander…
Format: CD / Cat No: SPV452762 / Released: 29/06/2009

Track Listing: 1. Ishalem / 2. The Call of the Sea / 3. I Am the Point / 4. Letters in a Bottle / 5. Halfway / 6. Anchored / 7. Here Be Monsters / 8. The Sinking of the Luminara / 9. The Winds of War / 10. Swept Away / 11. Beyond the Horizon / 12. Merciful Tides/Letters in a Bottle (reprise) / 13. The Edge of the World

More information: International bestselling author Kevin J. Anderson has developed a unique crossover project with ProgRock Records - an epic fantasy novel and rock music CD 'Terra Incognita: Beyond the Horizon' in conjunction with his major new novel, 'Terra Incognita: The Edge of the World.' Anderson and his wife, bestselling author Rebecca Moesta, wrote the lyrics, adapting part of the novel's story to music. Accomplished keyboardist/composer Erik Norlander (Rocket Scientists) came aboard to write the music and to helm the production chores. Executive Producer Shawn Gordon from ProgRock Records brought together some of the finest talents in progressive rock to form 'Roswell Six.' The CD has 13 tracks and a booklet with original connecting prose by Kevin J. Anderson. Will appeal to the huge crossover audience of SF/F fans and devotees of Progressive Rock.

Roswell Six is truly a supergroup, with vocals by James LaBrie (Dream Theater), Michael Sadler (ex-Saga), John Payne (Asia feat. John Payne) and Lana Lane (the Queen of Symphonic Rock). Guitars by Gary Wehrkamp (Shadow Gallery) and Chris Brown (Ghost Circus), bass by Kurt Barabas (Amaran's Plight, Under the Sun), drums by Chris Quirarte (Prymary), violins by David Ragsdale (Kansas), cello by Mike Alvarez, and flute by Martin Orford (IQ). The creative team behind Roswell Six has sold over 45 million copies worldwide.