Ephemeral has a wide range of styles in it's music, but with a common thread moving between them. This album has strong melodies, emotional hooks, and a deeper message. It's Brooks DeForest's first CD and contains 14 tracks, playing for a little over 67 minutes. The music crosses genres from the electronic Violent Page, Radiowave and L'Esprit Orange. The orchestral Valse de la Vie, Believe and evensong. Through the jazz influenced Cloudy, Ephemeral and The Buzz. 1: The Buzz (3.30) - Theme, jazz-electronic, samples 2: Cloudy (3.39) - Jazz, acoustic session 3: Ephemeral (7.00) - Downtempo, orchestral blend 4: Solstice Formation (3.45) - Electronic, traditional dance 5: Radiowave (3.38) - Analog electronica, pop, vocals 6: L'Esprit Orange (4.22) - Pop, electronic funk 7: Violent Page (3.38) - Heavy analog synthesized 8: All Our Children (4.19) - Sampled vocal, world 9 : Roxbury (4.13) - Live, progressive 10: Ultra Violet (3.38) - Electronica, pop 11: Valse de la Vie (5.30) - Orchestral waltz 12: Evensong (2.35) - Solo violin 13: Believe (6.13) - Orchestral, acoustic blend, soundtrack 14: Final Feedback* (11.29) - Acoustic session *14a: Promise - E.Piano ballad *14b: Valse de la Vie Piano Version - Live, session Brooks grew up in Europe, and first started writing music as a teenager for video games. Extra material was included on the CD, when it's release was delayed until June 2005. His finished album includes 2 extra songs at the end of Final Feedback, with Promise, and a live piano version of Valse de la Vie. Bonus computer content includes track information, photos, press releases, old game music, and two more MP3 tracks; Bump Music and re-mastered A Call From Dr Evil.