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Russell Brower, Derek Duke, Neal Acree, David Arkenstone, Glenn Stafford


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California’s David Arkenstone blends global, cinematic, and rock elements into his new age sonic tapestries. A music lover since the age of ten, when he moved to California from Chicago, Arkenstone has immersed himself in all kinds of music, and played keyboard and guitar in numerous bands from his youth.

It was when he discovered the lush arrangements and exotic approach of Kitaro that Arkenstone ventured into new age music. The increasing synergy between computer technology and musical instruments also inspired him; most of his works were created partly or entirely on his Macintosh along with synthesizers and guitars. This blend of electro-acoustic textures is showcased on albums like 1998’s Book of Days, and works from his other project, Troika. Arkenstone returned in mid-2000 with Caravan of Light. Frontier followed a year later. In 2002, Arkenstone had two Grammy nominations and several Billboard new age smash hits under his belt. The legacy continued with the releases of Sketches From An American Journey in June 2002 and Atlantis in September 2004.


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  • Sulisk

    Mega stuff

    24 Mar 2013 Reply
  • Dimmanxak

    oh god. why so epic

    20 Aug 2012 Reply
  • Lewiswontdie95

    Probably my longest artist tag X'D

    10 Nov 2011 Reply
  • Enqore

    In my opinion 'The Shattering' is one of the best composition to comper the other records. This tune is containing a few impressive pieces, such as 'Sacred', 'Ulduar Antechamber' and 'Invicible'.

    15 Jun 2011 Reply
  • Death_CZ

    Agree, I'm quite surprised that Castaways is credited to Derek Duke not to David Arkenstone, who is imo more into this stuff :)

    12 May 2011 Reply
  • balerius

    not as good as the previous soundtracks, but i love "castaways" :)

    10 May 2011 Reply
  • nikkimomo

    good stuff, as usual

    10 Dec 2010 Reply
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  • Yarasky

    Nice gaming music =D

    9 Dec 2010 Reply

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