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Alpha Wave Movement (Gregory T. Kyryluk)

Alpha Wave Movement (Gregory T. Kyryluk)
Country
United States
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Alpha Wave Movement is the name used by electronic artist Gregory T. Kyryluk.
Website
http://hrresonance.blogspot.com
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Releases on file (17)
Alpha Wave Movement — Architexture of Silence Alpha Wave Movement — Architexture of Silence
(Harmonic Resonance HRR133006, 2013, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Yasumu Alpha Wave Movement — Yasumu
(Harmonic Resonance HRR0213, 2013, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Eolian Reflections Alpha Wave Movement — Eolian Reflections
(Periphery OTP1112, 2012, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Myriad Stars Alpha Wave Movement — Myriad Stars
(Harmonic Resonance HRR1011, 2011, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Soniq Variants Alpha Wave Movement — Soniq Variants
(Harmonic Resonance 010111, 2011, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Terra Alpha Wave Movement — Terra
(Harmonic Resonance HRR060823, 2008, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — The Mystic and the Machine Alpha Wave Movement — The Mystic and the Machine
(Harmonic Resonance HRR 07090, 2007, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — The Regions Between: Unreleased Tracks 2001-2006 Alpha Wave Movement — The Regions Between: Unreleased Tracks 2001-2006
(Harmonic Resonance HRR 001-3, 2006/2007, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Beyond Silence Alpha Wave Movement — Beyond Silence
(Harmonic Resonance, 2005, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Exiled Particles, Volume 1 Alpha Wave Movement — Exiled Particles, Volume 1
(Harmonic Resonance HRR1212, 2005/2012, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Cosmology Alpha Wave Movement — Cosmology
(Groove Unlimited GR-096, 2003, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — A Distant Signal Alpha Wave Movement — A Distant Signal
(Harmonic Resonance, 2002, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement  — Drifted into Deeper Lands Alpha Wave Movement — Drifted into Deeper Lands
(Groove Unlimited GR-042, 2000, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Concept of Motion Alpha Wave Movement — Concept of Motion
(Groove Unlimited GR-015, 1998, CD)
Various — Soundscape Gallery 2 Various — Soundscape Gallery 2
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS-100, 1998, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — The Edge of Infinity Alpha Wave Movement — The Edge of Infinity
(Cue 1125, 1997, CD)
Alpha Wave Movement — Transcendence Alpha Wave Movement — Transcendence
(Harmonic Resonance HRR 001, 1996, CD)

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