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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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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
wheres the little prodigy 10 Nov. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
when i first got cylobian sunset it reminded me alot of i care because you do, by aphex twin, as far as the melodies and beat sounds were concerned, he showed potential to be a very creative force in idm stylized music, Rewind was clever and entertaining to listen to, but the dmx crew remix was better, i got lobster tracks in the frame of mind that this would be another step in the direction of being that force, well, i'd have to say that it is, and it isn't, this is braindance music, which is hard to be cleverly creative, he however manages to keep your attention, although not as groundbreaking as the caustic window series, also by Aphex twin/caustic window/rdj, it still has its high points, so if you're into the vidy gamish melodies of cylobian sunset, or the playfullness of rewind, then this might take some adjustemts to listen to, you'll hear the creativity of chris jeffs, but its focused on braindance this time around, and done rather well
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
wacky and fun 12 Jan. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This EP from Cylob consists of several short titles (adding up to just barely over 20 min) which buzz and sputter along like an oven buzzer on a dancefloor. It's fairly humorous and shouldn't be taken too seriously. If you're looking for quirky techno with a sense of humor, Lobster Tracks is for you.
Crustacean Cuts 3 Jan. 2011
By R. Gobbe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Vinyl
Cylob (Chris Jeffs) pulls together some of the most bouncy, cartwheeling and oscillator-squelching beats and riffs I've so far heard. This album (or EP?) unlike some of the earlier releases by Cylob has a continuity and brevity that is very admirable. More importantly, this album is also just plain fun, whether it be the playful use of time-signatures (7/4, 6/4, 5/4 and so on), or the craftmanship in the use of non-melodic timbres for melodic functions - brilliant.

Traditionalists will be happy with the centre-stage use of '303 lines ('Wanking Off On Other People's Misery'), while those with a more digitised inner-ear may be more at home with the scrapes and screams of 'Stomping FM' - a track with such clever dynamic and melodic interplay that almost seems to breathe. Be warned though, the final tracks on each side are excerpts (existing or imagined?) from gay dating service chat lines, and serve as mirrored finishers that last no more than thirty seconds. This is a six-track mini album, but the six tracks show such variation and clever use of rhythmic material that they are more than enough.

Each side's opening track are solid, memorable and damn catchy too, and are sure pull you up off the couch if not to dance, then to at least locate your ear closer to the speaker. It's smart and funny, but the lobster on the cover (laying his claws upon the twin players) could of told you that long ago!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Post '80's electro cheese 2 Nov. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you enjoy the sounds of kraftwerk, or any other early '80's electro, you'll love LobsterTracks. It's cheesy melodies and hard electronic beats confirm a feeling of nostalgia about doing the robot and moonwalking.
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