Something different – Bliss : Afterlife (music album)

Bliss : Afterlife - album released 2001.

Includes : If Heaven Closes (6:10) and Will You Remember My Name (46:25).

Brew some green tea, draw the curtains, and sink into your favorite space. Close your eyes and let the journey begin; let's fly among the stars and see our world from afar; come back anew ...

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Do support Bliss, this wonderful music talent, by buying the original CD / official download.

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