Annotation

To the Quasar has parts: A) The Taurus Pulsar - B) Quasar 3C273
Into the Black Hole has parts: A) The Eye of the Universe - B) Halo of Darkness - C) The Final Door
Out of the White Hole has parts: A) M31 - B) Planet Y - C) The Search Continues
To the Solar System has parts: A) Planet of Blue - B) System Alert
The New Migrator has parts: A) Metamorphosis - B) Sleeper Awake

"The Dream Sequencer" & "Flight of the Migrator" were released at the same time at 2000 but sold separatly. In July 2004 they were re-issued together in a box set.

2000 Netherlands:
Label: Transmission Records - Cat#: TM-020 - Discogs release: 575009

2004 Germany (together with The Dream Sequencer):
Label: Inside Out Music (LC 01414) - Cat#: IOMCD 176 - Distributor: SPV - Cat#: SPV 085-60852 DCD - EAN: 693723608525 - Disc ID: x2rYYqBiHHGdwtVOAJlii.s8QMw- - ASIN: B0002F1CO6

Annotation last modified on 2006-08-16 12:47 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Chaos
3 5:11
2 Dawn of a Million Souls
3 7:45
3 Journey on the Waves of Time
3 5:47
4 To the Quasar
4 8:43
5 Into the Black Hole
3 10:25
6 Through the Wormhole
4 6:05
7 Out of the White Hole
3 7:10
8 To the Solar System
4 6:12
9 The New Migrator
4 8:15

Credits

CD 1

acoustic guitar:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
Hammond organ [Hammond]:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
bass guitar:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
mellotron:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
electric guitar:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
analog synthesizer [analog synthesizers]:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
additional keyboard [keyboards]:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
additional composer:
Robert Soeterboek (track 8)
additional guest keyboard [keyboards]:
Erik Norlander (tracks 1–9)
assistant engineer:
Stephen van Haestregt (tracks 1–9)
composer:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
guest Hammond organ [Hammond]:
Erik Norlander (tracks 1–9)
guest drumset [drums]:
Ed Warby (tracks 1–9)
guest vocoder [vocoder voice]:
Erik Norlander (tracks 1–9)
guest strings:
Peter Siedlach (tracks 1–9)
guest analog synthesizer [analog synthesizers]:
Erik Norlander (tracks 1–9)
guest bass pedals [Taurus pedal]:
Erik Norlander (tracks 1–9)
guest background vocals [backing vocals]:
Lana Lane (tracks 4–6, 9)
Damian Wilson (UK metal/rock singer) (track 2)
guest solo Hammond organ [Hammond]:
Erik Norlander (track 3)
guest solo Hammond organ [Hammond] and synthesizer:
Keiko Kumagai (track 9)
guest solo synthesizer [synth]:
René Merkelbach (track 4)
Clive Nolan (track 5)
Erik Norlander (tracks 1, 4–5, 7)
guest solo guitar:
Michael Romeo (track 2)
Oscar Holleman (track 4)
guest solo guitar and synthesizer [synth]:
Gary Wehrkamp (track 6)
guest spoken vocals [voice]:
Lana Lane (track 1)
guest vocals:
Robert Soeterboek (track 8)
Sir Russell Allen (track 2)
Andi Deris (track 4)
Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden vocalist) (track 5)
Timo Kotipelto (track 7)
Fabio Lione (track 6)
Ian Parry (track 9)
Ralf Scheepers (track 3)
lyricist:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
Ian Parry (track 9)
mixer:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
Oscar Holleman (tracks 1–9)
producer:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1–9)
solo guitar:
Arjen Anthony Lucassen (tracks 1, 4–5, 7–9)
mixed at:
RS 29 in Waalwijk, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands (tracks 1–9)
recorded at:
RS 29 in Waalwijk, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands (tracks 1–9)
Studio Triade in Japan (track 9)
The Dungeon (Symphony X's studio) in New Jersey, United States (track 2)
The Electric Castle in Netherlands (tracks 1–9)
Thin Ice Studios (Surrey) in Surrey, England, United Kingdom (track 5)
is based on:
Carpe Diem (track 1)
recording of:
Chaos (track 1)
The New Migrator (track 9)
To the Quasar (track 4)