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Western world Coast-based ensemble Troika have already been fusing synthesizer-generated textures with ambient vocals for quite some time, issuing their initial album, Goddess, in the Narada label in 1996. Offering the task of composer David Arkenstone, that record and those that could follow on the next couple of years explored components of globe music inside the soft rhythms of modern music. Fantasy Palace, that was released the following season, put a more powerful focus on vocals, while Faeries, that was released in 1999, ventured out even more into new ethnic sources because of their exclusive sound. In 2000, they released their fourth record, Shaman, which, like its predecessors, once again featured the task of Arkenstone.

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Albums Faeries, Færies (A Realm Of Magic & Enchantment), Dream Palace, Shaman, Kingdom of the Sun, Goddess, A White Rose for Eternity, Prypiat

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