White Dwarf In The Virgo Cluster

from by SAM - Slick Alexius Mennigmann

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In November 2012, about a month after our sessions at the Goldsound Studio a supernova was discovered. A result of an exploding white dwarf star in one of the many galaxies of the Virgo constellation. The core of a white dwarf is extremely dense. One teaspoon of it weighs as much as Mount Everest. This song is about the dwarf and the fatal event that happened 230 million light years away.

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from Another Life, released July 22, 2013
Julie (b), Peter (g), Marc (cs), Zaki (g), Sven (dr)

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Marc Mennigmann Iserlohn, Germany

Marc Mennigmann worked as a session musician in the 1990s and founded two companies which both still exist. He plays piano and Chapman Stick, loves to record, mix and master. Further, he is a programmer, a father of two kids and a well-known concert photographer. He loves to work experimental and to break all the rules. Check out his homepage mennigmann.com for more projects and information. ... more

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