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|Studio album by Scott Harwood|
|Recorded||May 2011, The Bedroom, Republic of Taigh a Bata|
|Previous album||Minimalism to the Max (2011)|
|This album||Afterlife (2011)|
|Next album||Indoreich (2011)|
Afterlife is the fourteenth album by Scott Harwood. The album is distributed on the Shedpop label, and was released during May 2011.
The album was entirly recorded in The Bedroom, Republic of Taigh a Bata.
The inspiration for the album came from the Jethro Tull album 'A Passion Play'. The album concerns one man's journey through the afterlife, ending up working for Lucifer's Industry. The first track 'Remnants of an Old World' is said to be more cosmic than Tangerine Dream, the third track 'Lucifer's Industry' is said to be more industrial than Kraftwerk and the second track 'Afterlife' is said to be a combination of the other two.
A sample from 'Afterlife' can be heard in Harwood's video 'Wet and Steamy Cat Fart!'
- Remnants of an Old World (11:44)
- Afterlife (12:18)
- Lucifer's Industry (07:46)
- Native Instruments Reaktor 5