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Factory of Dreams POLES is NOW available through http://www.progrockrecords.com/shop/view.php?id=163 Album will be shipped late june.

From the music of Project Creation's mastermind and the beautiful voice and talent of Jessica Lehto, is born Factory of Dreams an incursion into a Fantasy World of Gothic Electronic and Progressive Rock music. 'Poles' is the new album by Hugo Flores, the debut for Factory of Dreams.

Story -

The Place: A land with two sides, Positiveness and Negativeness, Dark and Light called POLES.

The World: Ruled by a Generator of illusions, the Factory of Dreams.

The Fuel: Human minds.

The Blood: A river of emotions.

The Ignition: Your CD player.

Album: POLES, the debut release for 'Factory of

Dreams' brand new Project by Hugo Flores and

Jessica Lehto. A CD with a fantastic booklet

fully designed for the story told in 11 songs.

Factory of Dreams is:

Hugo Flores - Electric Guitars, Bass Guitars and

Synth bass, Synthesizers, Additional Drum arrangements

Jessica Lehto – Lead vocals, Harmonies and Vocal arrangements

Guest musician: Chris Brown on Fretless bass



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