Cyberspace is the first work by Eloy Fritsch released by the Brazilian label Rock Symphony. Literally overflowing with powerful electronic compositions; rich, melodic themes; and dynamic musical movements, the music and arrangements of this CD range from delicate, symphonic neo-classicism to high-powered rhythmic fanfares. Also, some flashes of new age melodies appear in the tunes. A highlight is the artwork, which deserves a special mention because it conveys the exact ideas behind the music, as any listener can see in the track titles. Again, Fritsch shows some of his influences: Kraftwerk, Jean Michel Jarre, and Rick Wakeman. This CD will certainly please fans of this artist and also fans of symphonic journeys.
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AllMusic Review by Cesar Lanzarini