Artemiev's goal on "Cold", as the title suggests, is to "experiment with sound trying to make listeners not only to feel cold in the body, but also to hear its coming by ears and soul". He's off to a good start with track titles like "Waiting For Winter", "A Polar Night", and the ultimate "Freezing". The mood is darker, than The Warning, certainly more somber, though in no way depressing. The music is also less fully symphonic than The Warning, with Artemiev utilizing lighter and more focused electronic patterns and textures to communicate his arctic message. Some of the music also has a more mechanical, droning quality, conjuring up images of a desolate (and, of course, "cold") world.
1. Waiting For The Winter
3. A Polar Night
4. Lullaby For A Lonely Wanderer
5. Sudden Awakening
6. Vadjra (Tibet Song)
7. Transition To The Winter Time
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