Music album: 2009 One World One Moment

Creative Commons License2009 One World One Moment by Starfish Stories : The Band is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Singapore License. Based on the work at As long as you ATTRIBUTE the music to in your website or printed materials (if any), you are FREE to USE, COPY, SHARE, MODIFY, or SELL (yes sell!) any of the songs from this album. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at

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Starfish Stories :: The Band is a Singaporean duo – Adrian Loo & Ivan Chew. They are self-taught musicians who prefer to produce their music this way. Feel free to contact them at their band blog or email


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2009 One World One Moment

128Kbps VBR version (35MB ZIP) | 64Kbps version (15MB ZIP)


1. ONE WORLD (4.6MB) | 64Kbps (1.9 MB) | Music Video

2. QUIET AFTERNOON (3.1MB) | 64kbps (1.2MB)

3. GENETIC (re)MIX (7.4MB) | 64kbps (3.2MB)

4. RAINY DAYS 2.4 (3.0MB) | 64kbps (1.2MB)

5. SURFING ON SOLAR WINDS (2.9MB) | 64kbps (1.1MB)

6. HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY part 2 (4.4MB) | 64kbps (1.9MB)

7. DRIFTING (2.0MB) | 64kbps (679KB)

8. FIREFLY 1.4 (3.7MB) | 64kbps (1.6MB)

9. THE HILL (4.2MB) | 64kbps (1.8MB)

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[UPDATE: How the album was put together]

18 thoughts on “Music album: 2009 One World One Moment

  1. The 1st time I listened to the album, I felt that the beats were much stronger here (a bit more “electric”?) as compared to your last album, which was more “light” & soothing.

    As for individual pieces, my favourite is “The Hill” although it seems quite different from all the rest, maybe because of the bagpipes (Hmm…maybe you could have put it up as a bonus track). It’s lighter, has an airy feel and somehow, I felt like I’m in some folktale. Anyway, I already liked it when you posted it earlier. I liked “Surfing on Solar Winds” and “Drifting” as well.

    Btw, that’s a cool cover!

  2. I loved the new Album. The music is well edited and kept my interest with no problem. I was wondering if you are going to put the music to video. This music cries out to be used as part of a video. I know that will take time, but after seeing One World I know you are up to it. I highly recommend this album to anyone who loves good music.

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  8. Not sure how I stumbled onto your music site but it is rather impressive and easy to listen to….. keep it up.

    BTW – Are these all MIDI controller/software instruments or actual recorded instruments? Can you share what kind of instruments (guitar, drums, keys) you have…. acoustic guitar?

    Sounds great!

  9. Hi Jon! Glad you stumbled upon our band blog and that you liked what you’ve heard. The real instruments are the electric guitars. Adrian has an ovation guitar, I think. As for the rest of the instruments you hear (piano, flute, Erhu, drums) they are either MIDI/ software instruments or the loops in GarageBand.

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