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August 8, 2022

Sfinx’s “Lume alba” album reedited on CD support 40 years later

Sfinx’s famous “Lume alba” album, which appeared in 1975, will be reedited for the first time on CD support by Soft Record, 40 years after it was released. As a bonus, the new album includes four songs of the EP which appeared in 1974. The album’s 13 songs, including the bonus tracks, were re-mastered with the help of the latest technology, and the album’s cover was restored in the minutest details with the help of an original graphics model.

The anniversary edition of Sfinx’s “Lume alba” is multiplied on only 500 CDs.

The album will be available first online through MyCD, so that the fans can easily purchase this anniversary album starting on Friday (pre-orders). Subsequently, depending on the available stock, the album could be purchased from the distribution networks of Soft Records partners.

“When you say Sfinx you immediately think about Dan Andrei Aldea. And they, his collaborators, will not feel offended by this; on the contrary, they will feel honoured for being able to jointly build this album. Because he is the rock and folk musician that effortlessly crossed the borders of musical genres, gaining general admiration with every song, irrespective of whether it was solo or with orchestration. Considered a violin prodigy since an early age, the musician discovered the electronic guitar in his adolescence, and through it the rock genre that had exploded at that time as a phenomenon that is difficult to quantify even today,” according to Soft Records.


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