happypuppyrecords on 01/29/2012 at 11:21AM
In possibly his most nerdy move yet, Lee Rosevere's latest project is music inspired by the writing of Isaac Asimov, known for his many science-fiction stories.
This project kinda makes sense, given that Lee's previous works (like the three installments of the Light Years albums I, II and III) have been likened to unofficial scores for non-existent sci-fi movies. It isn't essential to be familiar with the Asimov stories the songs are named after, but it does enhance the listening experience.
The album is available now on FMA (also available in lossless FLAC with extra goodies), and here is the first 'single' "The Machine That Won The War", sync'd to an edited version of the film "Le Voyage Dans La Lune" by George Melies (1902, public domain via archive.org).