Beyond Darkness

posted Sep 17, 2017, 7:25 AM by Ron Charron   [ updated Nov 20, 2020, 4:30 AM ]

This album (the second of a 6-part series) is inspired by the novel called “The Last Ship” written by William Brinkley in 1988. 


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   A cinematic electronic music compilation featuring music from Borders Edge Records  project: Sequential Dreams and featured artists: Bernhard Beibl, Johan Tronestam, and Ron Charron (aka.: Kuutana)


This album (the second of a 6-part series) is inspired by the novel called “The Last Ship” written by William Brinkley in 1988. 


Released September 17, 2017 

Track 1.: The Beyond Darkness 
Composed and performed by: Ron Charron 

Track 2: Dark Energy 
Album: The Infinite Divide, by Sequential Dreams  
Composed and performed by: Ron Charron  

Track 3: Wavefront 
Album: The Exodus Wave by Sequential Dreams  

Track 4: Through the Looking Glass 
Composed and performed by: Ron Charron (aka.: Kuutana) 

Track 5: Event Horizon 
Composed and performed by: Bernhard Beibl, and Ron Charron (aka.: Kuutana) 

Track 6: One Thousand Years 
Composed and performed by: Johan Tronestam, and Ron Charron 

Track 7: Light Beyond the Abyss 
Composed and performed by: Ron Charron (aka.: Kuutana)

Track 8: The Phoenix 
Composed and performed by: Ron Charron (aka.: Kuutana)

Track 9: Fireflies in the Starlight 
Album: Quantum Earth, by Sequential Dreams  
Composed and performed by Ron Charron (aka.: Kuutana) 

You can find all these albums here on Bandcamp at sequentialdreams.bandcamp.com 


   Album recorded and produced by Ron Charron for Borders Edge Records 
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Mixed and mastered at Borders Edge Music Studio in Canada 
(P) 2017 Borders Edge Music


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Notes about the Novel which inspired this album: 
The Last Ship tells the story of a United States Navy guided missile destroyer, the fictional USS Nathan James (DDG-80), on patrol in the Barents Sea during a brief, full-scale nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union. It details the ship's ensuing search for a new home for her crew. 
Interested in reading the book? The novel is available in print, ebook, and audiobook through stores worldwide. Here is also a link to a site where you can join a waitlist to read for free! archive.org/details/lastshipnovel00brin
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