Sixty-nine minutes long, the album has eleven tracks: 1) Endless Road; 2) Dreamland; 3) Earthbound; 4) Ring of Clouds; 5) Magic; 6) Breathe; 7) Light; 8) Frozen (a song by the Driftsetters, with an Unknown Reality Remix); 9) Simple Things; 10) Oneness; 11) Soft Transition; with a somewhat lethargic, though gracefully cosmic musical style, the artist delivers to the audience a symphony of unlimited pleasure, whose formidable degree of artistry subtly surpasses the ordinary boundaries of the genre, and astutely explores a more transcendent and splendorous creative paradigm, that effectively dilutes melodies within a colorful timeframe, without interrupting the ventures of its placid cosmogony. Though the artist, Ralph Freund, basically explores the general common ground virtues of psychedelic electronic music, the overall qualities present on this album certainly exposes its primordial grace to more intrinsically somber patterns of introspection.
Evidently — to enjoy this album —, you must really appreciate this type of music; otherwise, you may become somewhat bored. With this written warning in mind, its primary concern is to emphasize the prominent qualities of this album, whose elemental uneasiness rely on its crystalline surface, that slowly dilates to become progressively more synthetic and flexible. As the sound evolves and reaches the center of the digression of its tempestuous sonorous axis, the melodies ostensibly become more vivacious and perennial, though the calmer atmosphere that fluctuates over the general balance of the style dissipates gradually, in the same way its quintessential harmonies are conceived.
While this album is not that original, its definitely marvelously conceived, and exposes with a modest degree of sensibility a genuine sense of originality, which hangs gently in the breeze of its formidable and overtly consistent calmness. An interesting work of art that deserves to be appreciated, Gaia, by Unknown Reality, is undoubtedly a very gracious and sensitive work of art, that aggregates a beautiful coalition of sounds directly into the anatomy of the genre.