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  • Audio CD (18 May 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Echochord
  • ASIN: B00243EYWG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 319,461 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Meaning Matters
2. Son Beams
3. Evidence Everywhere
4. Transform
5. Self-control
6. Reflections
7. The Truth Is
8. Reel Life
9. The Way

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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Colin McCartney TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 May 2009
Luke Hess is one of the few artists, other than Omar S himself, to have recorded for the (Michigan artists only) FXHE label - which is the first reason why you need to check this record out.

Those of us who still browse the racks in record shops may very well find this filed under the Basic Channel/dub techno/minimal section. And it does kind of sound like that - but then Detroit always was influenced by Germany (nothing new there - although it's very much a symbiotic relationship, that one). But "Light in the Dark" is also very Detroit - Juan Atkins, Terence Dixon and Robert Hood immediately spring to mind as possible influences. This could easily have been a Metroplex release - the vocoder on opener "Meaning Matters" sets the tone. There's a warmth and a funkiness that you just don't get on European releases. A lot of the best techno is just very deep house (i.e. in the tradition of N.Y. House'n Authority's "Apartments" EP) and this is no exception.

If you want to know where Detroit music is at right now - buy this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Headphone Commute Review 29 May 2010
By Headphone Commute - Published on Amazon.com
Following a half a dozen of 12" EPs, Detroit raised Luke Hess lands his debut full length on Echocord. The Copenhagen based label is famous for its minimal, deep, and dubby output with releases from Rod Modell (aka Deepchord), Quantec, and Mikkel Metal among the many. Embedded deeply in the names of the nine tracks, and the title of the album itself, Light In The Dark, Hess projects a few spiritual connotations behind his music and the central theme. If the search for enlightenment is not your cup of tea, then perhaps the sound of light rolling tech-house beat, deep bass, and echoed minor chords will show you the way. Full of Detroit minimalist elements, the album trots on through lush textures and spacious atmospheres, measured by a tight and punchy kick. Light In The Dark is a steady, meditative, cleansing, and an eye/ear opening experience. Great for the headphones and dance-floors alike. Be sure to also check out Ignite The Dark Remixes EP with reworks from cv313, Marko Fürstenberg and Mikkel Metal.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Silky sonic maelstrom 18 July 2011
By R. Mutt - Published on Amazon.com
Ooh boy, my ears are happy with this. I love Maurizio, Basic Channel, cv313 and some of the other "upbeat minimalists" who make music that is relatively simple on the surface but contains many permutations of sound just below the surface of the continuous beat. This is for fans of Echospace who live on the wrong side of the tracks. It's excellent music for pretty much any occasion that requires a high level of focus, and as such it absolutely does not fall under the banal radar of "chill" music. In other words, this may be minimal but it will not cure your insomnia.

If you can dig this, check out Mikkel Metal, Scion, Basic Channel, Cuetec, and Deadbeat, and you can follow the trail of breadcrumbs from there.
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