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1. Too Early By Far
2. Pi Four
3. Escalator Apartment
4. Plot Lost Sixteen
5. Pi Two
6. My Trouble With Purple
7. Leaving The Building
8. Vocational Shouter
9. Hang Up Season
10. Ballet In A Safety Net
11. Wider Ignorance
12. Opulent Installation
13. Curse Of Knowing

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Achingly beautiful 7 April 2005
By eightpointagenda - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Andrew Coleman has masterful ability to create some of the most wonderfully evocative soundscapes. Pastoral paint brushes of synths combined with live instrumentation and piano create some of the most breathtaking views that the mind can imagine. Sure, they may not be the same as seeing the world's most gorgeous landscapes in real life, but Andrew Coleman takes you there as best he can, and ultimately he hits more than he misses.

However there is one thing that keeps the former Animal on Wheels producer from making an utter classic of an album, and that is how ungodly depressing of a listen it is. Sure he creates all this wonderful and beautiful scenery, but it sounds like its all seen through a window, in a room lit only by the setting sun, forever alone. And he's so sucessful at making this sound, that it just makes listening to this album one of the hardest listens I can think of. It is an intensely emotional affair(not mention a fantastic argument that all electronic music is cold, inhuman and sterile) and largely one that you'll grow to love. But the love is a love longing lost, rather than a cherished one. If it were not for this fact, I would overwhelming give it 5 stars and it would become one of my all time favorite records. But as it stands, it'll just have to remain a mood sensitive record.

But man on man, what are record...
Outside Edge of a Fever Dream 7 Feb. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Like coming up and out of a high fever. Floating, buzzing, slick and cool. Stupid things will make you sad or elated. Sounds, phrases stick too long and you like it. All to all a beauty of a disc start to stop.
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