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1Unknown Variation8:42
2Don't Get Any Closer9:06
4 I
6Envenom Mettle
Guitar, Sampler [Samples], Noises – Mark T. Smith
Lyrics By, Vocals – Ira KaplanRecorded By [Ira Kaplan] – James McNew
8 II
11Rain Gently8:49
13By The Rails2:15
14Strange Arrivals2:50
15Impromptu (For The Procession)4:01
16Covered In Writing9:18


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TRR214Eluvium Nightmare Ending ‎(2xCD, Album, Promo)Temporary Residence LimitedTRR214US2013
noneEluvium Nightmare Ending ‎(CDr, Promo, Smplr)Temporary Residence LimitednoneUS2013
noneEluvium Nightmare Ending ‎(14xFile, FLAC, Album)Temporary Residence LimitednoneUS2013
TRR214Eluvium Nightmare Ending ‎(2xCDr, Album, Promo)Temporary Residence LimitedTRR214US2013


  • ArtworkJeannie Lynn Paske
  • Layout, DesignJeremy DeVine
  • Mastered ByHarris Newman
  • Piano, Synthesizer, Keyboards, Tape, Guitar, Bass, Sampler [Samples], Strings, Sounds [Field Recordings], Effects [Pedals], PercussionMatthew Cooper
  • Written-ByMatthew Cooper


4-panel digisleeve (gatefold).

Composed / Performed / Recorded
Watership Sounds / Portland Oregon 2007-2012

Grey Market Mastering / Montreal Québec Canada

© 2013 Love With Its Course (ASCAP)
©℗ 2013 Temporary Residence Ltd.

Available with limited-edition Nightmare Ending giclee art print, featuring original artwork from artist Jeannie Lynn Paske.

Printed on 95% post-consumer waste fiber.


  • Barcode (Text on sticker): 6 56605 32142 4
  • Barcode: 656605321424
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 06/28/2013 04:40:09.PM #106408 IFPI LN08 TRR2014CD1 WWW.BELLWETHERMFG.COM 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI JI03
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  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI JI19


  • Recorded At – Watership Sounds
  • Mastered At – Grey Market Mastering
  • Copyright (c) – Love With Its Course
  • Copyright (c) – Temporary Residence Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Temporary Residence Ltd.
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  • Pressed By – Optical Experts Manufacturing



Happiness Nightmare Ending is the first proper Eluvium album released since 2010's Similes, the unexpectedly vocal-heavy ambient-pop record that simultaneously delighted and confounded longtime fans. But the Nightmare Ending story actually began years earlier, as it was intended to be the follow-up to the watershed album, Copia. Robert Kerwin When I try to describe this album, I end up with a string of adjectives rather than a true description: tinged with a clearing storm. Although the songs are sometimes quite different from one another, I'm amazed at how cohesive the collection feels. I highly recommend this . Nightmare Ending - Eluvium. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Nightmare Ending is the first proper Eluvium album released since 2010s Similes, the unexpectedly vocal-heavy ambient-pop record that simultaneously delighted and confounded longtime fans. Conceived as a way of helping loosen his self-imposed ideals of perfection, Cooper labeled each Nightmare Ending track as either a dream, or an imperfection a way of differentiating the philosophical concept of dream vs. reality, couched in the more tangible technical di. Album 2013 15 Songs. Nightmare Ending Eluvium. Ending is the seventh studio album from Portland, Oregon ambient musician Matthew Robert Cooper, under the name Eluvium. It is a double-album and was released on May 14, 2013. The albums final track, Happiness , features vocals by Ira Kaplan of the band Yo La Tengo. Disc 1. Don't Get Any Closer 9:06. Warm 7:10. By the Rails 2:15. Unknown Variation 8:42. With seventh album Nightmare Ending, Cooper drifts into his tenth year with the project in grand style, presenting a double album and arguably his finest moment. Always meticulous and insular, Eluvium's tuneful drones have often garnered comparisons to Brian Eno's ambient work, and piano-centered compositions like the stoic Caroling and ominously atmospheric Sleeper certainly back up the reference point. Eluvium - Nightmare Ending CD1 2013. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Eluvium - Nightmare Ending CD1 2013. Eluvium - Don't Get Any Closer. Eluvium - Warm. Eluvium - By The Rails. Eluvium - Unknown Variation. Eluvium - Caroling. Eluvium - Sleeper. From the upcoming album Nightmare Ending, out May 14th, 2013 via Temporary Residence Ltd. 2013 Temporary Residence massive album, Nightmare Ending runs for roughly 84 minutes. Within that time Eluvium creates a collection of overly saturated tunes featuring some of the most emotive sounds hes ever compiled. Some songs drone with monotony, while others make unexpected turns, with each attempting something different. Whether it is the faintly melancholy Caroling, or the strangely dark and unwieldy By the Rails, the album leaves the listener breathless with unease yet at the same time completely uplifted. This is where the album succeeds. Its a much more jagged experience a patchwork as opposed to an. Genre: Ambient. Full Review

Eluvium - Nightmare Ending MP3
Performer: Eluvium
Genre: Electronic
Title: Nightmare Ending
Country: US
Released: 14 May 2013
Style: Ambient, Modern Classical
MP3 album: 1875 mb
FLAC album: 2376 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 039
Source: 2 × CD, Album
№ Cat: TRR214
Label: Temporary Residence Limited

Matthew Cooper‘s beautiful music has been an inspiration and awe for many years now. Those who know him just by his real name may have come upon his original soundtrack for Some Days Are Better Than Others (2011). But it is his Eluvium moniker which is a more prominent project on the scene of modern classical, ambient, and shoegaze genres. In fact, his home label, Temporary Residence Limited has cemented his presence and relevance with an immense 7xLP box-set, titled Life Through Bombardment (2009), collecting nearly all prior releases, including Lambent Material (2003), An Accidental Memory In The Case Of Death (2004), Talk Amongst The Trees (2005), and Copia (2007)… that is until Nightmare Ending came out…

Right off the bat I was impressed by the fact that it was a double disc release! Where did Cooper find all the time to record this music? Yet although the album spans two CDs, a keen eye will observe that it still clocks at 84 minutes in length, so it’s not necessarily too overwhelming. The last Eluvium album, Similes (2010), surprised many fans [including yours truly] by featuring his very own voice on almost every track. A somewhat ambient-pop record, it was a bit “different” and slightly challenging to accept by many longtime followers. With Nightmare Ending, Cooper returns to the roots.

Conceived as a way of helping loosen his self-imposed ideals of perfection, Cooper labeled each Nightmare Ending track as either a “dream,” or an “imperfection” – a way of differentiating the philosophical concept of “dream vs. reality,” couched in the more tangible technical distinctions of “flawless vs. flawed.”

There are darker moments on the album, wrapped in a distorted guitar haze and a pounding industrial heartbeat. Scraping ambient textures swell up and absorb the frequency spectrum in a swoosh of torn memories, splattered with murmur, discord and drone. A train goes by. A wind blows. Crickets announce themselves to their mates. And then Cooper plays the piano. This is where time stands still. Somewhere on the edge of dream-like unconsciousness, where melodies create their own language between people unable to speak. There’s nothing to say. There is only music. And getting lost in Eluvium’s sound is right where I want to remain.

The story of this Nightmare Ending actually began years earlier and was originally intended to follow up Copia. Perhaps, when working on the album Cooper felt that he became a bit too formulaic in his output, and Similes was a way to experiment in a new direction. Well, I’m glad that he got that out of the way, and returned to complete this release with “renewed vigor“, because Nightmare Ending is the Eluvium I have come to love! The double-disk release is still only $12 USD, and is available directly from the label’s online shop. I’m sure a vinyl is in the works! This is a must for any Eluvium fan, or for those just beginning to explore the genre…