That is until I listen to Cinemascope, which I haven't yet. I can't believe the previous reviews here, Gravity is far beyond the quality of Interstate and Hong Kong. Music sounds much more compacted and no so software generated. It's full of dark but soulful feelings, unlike Interstate which is happy and superficial. Rythmic patterns have been improved a lot in this release too. The guys have come to create some of the most original loops I've heard to date. Ice, Frost, Static, Zero Gravity and Aviation are to me the best tracks. The lowest point in the record is the first track which I always skip, it's a very Interstate track. Their goal of a minimalist structure based on a complex grid of elements to represent outside reality as well as the everyday entropy in the individual mind has been achieved with Gravity. The obscure but tasteful synth drones that enlarge the feeling of the never-actually-looping rythmic patterns carry your subconscious to the end of each track without you realising you have listened to 5 or 6 minutes of the same thing. Rob and Gerard have finally get rid of any link between them and former labelmates in Chain Reaction, pursuing their own path towards defining pure electronic music. Best techno dub CD I've got. Guys, we would like a DVD with the live video improvisations, that would be great!