A first from Mars' new Motivational Collections. Designed to uplift you and feel positive before, during or after your hard working day. In the corporate environment Final Frontier is a powerful tool to help recharge and stimulate confidence.
A note from Mars:
Many have enjoyed my positive music over the years, in fact, this music would ordinarliy not be released to my listeners as it's use is mostly for tv/documentaries/broadcast. There are some tracks in my first album Olympus like Victory and Champions which are written in the same principle as the Final Frontier Collection. It excites me to listen to it, makes me feel positive and ready to take on the next challenge. So I thought I'd release it to you and you tell me what you think.
Final Frontier - downloads
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Subject: Final Frontier
I just purchased Final Frontier and I think the music is right up there with Eleventh Hour. I definitely inspires as advertised. All of your albums that I have are very enjoyable. Keep up the good work!!
|Finally replaced my old worn-out Olympus cassette tape -- yes, cassette tape -- with a new CD. Every time I found one of your CDs in stock in a record store (Records? What are those:) I took it as a sign of good things to come and I was never disappointed. However, I have stopped going to record stores and have just found you online - Nocturnal Diaries, Blue Maze and Final Frontier - excellent stuff. Thanx for inspirations.
Houston, TX USA
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by Mike Lockett
Mars Lasar's versitality in musical composition is outstanding. Just listen to Yosemite, then Big Box, then this CD, then go listen to The Eleventh Hour (his most notable work) to get a feel for what I mean. The music in Final Frontier is incredibily inspiring. From the first song to against All Odds, blasting this CD through your headset or car will give you a sence of overcoming the toughest situations. Go For The Gold adds a more mellow and different sound to the album, but fits in overall very well. It's crazy to think that this was just an experimental album and Mars was thinking of not even releasing it to the public at first.