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Copia

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Daniel Marsee Something about most of Eluvium's music transports me to some mysterious alternate reality in my mind. The entire album of Copia has a unique way of doing this. Listening to Eluvium is like finding the seams in reality, and pulling them back to expose the gray, static loneliness in the dimension unknown. Favorite track: Indoor Swimming At The Space Station.
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    Originally released on CD and Digital formats only, Copia was eventually available on vinyl exclusively as part of the Life Through Bombardment Vol. 1 box set. With that set long out of print, we are delighted to finally reissue this stunning album on vinyl in a limited edition of 2,000 copies. Remastered for vinyl by Francesco Donadello at Calyx Mastering, this 2xLP set is packaged in a full-color wide-spine jacket with dual heavyweight full-color inner sleeves, and pressed onto audiophile-quality 100% virgin vinyl.

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Radio Ballet 03:12
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After Nature 01:51
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Ostinato 06:08
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Hymn #1 01:31
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Following a string of increasingly remarkable albums, Eluvium's Matthew Cooper set out to broaden his instrumental palette, while maintaining the uncanny emotional resonance that has become his trademark. The result is 'Copia', an hour-long epic that applies Eluvium's heartache-inducing ether to a symphony of strings, brass, keyboards and piano. Noticeably absent but hardly missed are the washes of guitars that color most of Eluvium's previous material. The deliberate exclusion of traditional rock instrumentation serves as sufficient proof that the instrument is not Eluvium's driving force. At best it is a catalyst, a vehicle to that netherworld in the back of your head, where your life starts to uncontrollably reevaluate itself.

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released February 20, 2007

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