Friday, August 19, 2011

Justin Lassen's first Symphony (2003) Re-Released FREE full Chamber Suite Download!


It’s hard to believe that it has been 8 years since the release of “And Now We See But Through A Glass Darkly” [2003], some of my most treasured work, which Billboard and Playboy called “…a masterpiece.” and put me on the map so many years ago. It helped open up all sorts of opportunities over the years. It’s thanks to this 17-track, 35 minute dark chamber symphonic masterpiece that I am where I am today.

“ANWSBTAGD” not only helped my career, but earned me some of the coolest fans and listeners around the world and got me featured in notable magazines like Playboy, Billboard, ReGen, etc. It was my first iconic effort into dark classical music, specifically chamber music, chamber recording and romantic raw classical instrumental and performances. Also my first time playing violin! It was one of my first solo experiences with live orchestra and well, orchestrating! I sang all the layers of vocals in it, and used quite primitive equipment!


I had no big intentions for it, it just sort of took on a life of its own over the years. The original limited edition 1,000 copies sold out in 2003 faster than I could have imagined! I put it up for download free after, with no commercial intentions and I just wanted to get the music out there! And out there it did! I could have never dreamed that by now it received over 105+ Million downloads world-wide and got me interviewed in top magazines, radio stations and shows around the planet… not to mention helped me meet a lot of my heroes in the music industry and supportive fans all over!

40MB Download Below!

It’s raw, it’s dark, but most importantly ,it’s really genuine, and it really defines me in a big way. It’s still kind of a puzzle that many have left to solve. These mp3s have been circulating on dozens of websites, P2P networks, pirate sites, FTPs, and I wanted to re-release it in a easy to find friendly site. I found and wanted to give it a try, it seemed really easy and I liked their mission… free music! If you already have the symphony, cool, if not, re-download and enjoy all over again, this timeless suite. Thank you all!