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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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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Simple + Complex = Sutekh 7 Nov. 2000
By Glen C. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
At first listen you get the feeling it's experimental electronic music...very atmospheric and ambient, but you're soon introduced to driving techno 4.4 beats and ticks that suggest there is more than meets the ear. There is! If you like detail, Sutekh goes out of his way to pay attention to the smallest parts and portions of his tracks almost to an ideal sense that each sound has it's own life. While some tracks may hint towards a Detroit influence, there is no shortage of inventiveness and creativity...even dementia at times. A very satisfying listen which (to me) defies any textual categorization outside of electronic. Unlike other electronic artists, which you can usually let lie in the background while you do something else, periods.makes.sense will oddly devour your attention and trouble your subconscious.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Does It Make 'Sense'? 3 Jan. 2011
By R. Gobbe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The subtle, papery drum sounds count an understated beat (only with a casual suggestion towards the parent 'techno' genre), while the distant, ambiance of the chordal material sits below this with a a kind of disturbing persistence. Bass material is supplied only sporadically and mostly tastefully, again only hinting towards the driving sub-bass material of harder genres.

Sutekh shows brief periods of brilliant sensitivity with his tight, warm (yet definitely digital) loops and rhythms, but the album has an inconsistency that still confuses - a decade after the release. Less than half of the album (I won't bother naming the tracks, even if I could) consist of what is described above, and the remaining tracks are a set of soundscapes. These are varied enough, but lack the interest, punch and careful composition of the beat-driven songs.

Is the album conceptual, with the handful of upbeat tracks providing crescendos or key scenes in some unwritten story-arc? Maybe, but then there is hardly enough context provided to convince any listener for a set of untitled, seemingly arbitrarily arranged tracks will need special instruction for this to be acceptable. Besides, thematic or repeated content is absent.

It must be that the album is less electronic than it is experimental, and it seems strange that this album sits aside such early click-n-cut heavyweights as Ljud or Stdiosnd Types- where rhythm, and structure are paramount and ambiance is (at best) a backdrop to these vital elements.

No, Periods.Make.Sense is a nonsensical album, and is apparently filled with unmemorable filler tracks - padding out the progressive, beat-driven EP that it should have been.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
beautifully controlled, period. 24 May 2000
By Matthew D. Mercer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
sutekh is yet another member of the clicks_+_cuts faction coming from the mille plateaux label. this disc consists of 11 tracks which vary from minimal shudder-drones to almost upbeat clicks and grooves. it is this variety that provides such a rewarding listen, one of the strongest releases in this genre at the time of writing.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A cool trip from the clubs to the street to the stars 2 Jun. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Wow, a techno disc that pleases even the middle age folk-blues-rock devotee. This disc has something for everyone, it can be meditative, mysterious and monstrous at times. You can feel the soul of the artist, Sutekh, as he skillfully weaves a wonderful baseline into crisp and cutting rhythmic snapps! It's definitely a set that will grow on you, from low volumes to loud and vibrating...I find it takes you to the light of the third eye in no time. You'll find your own personal experience with Sutekh's sounds, and no matter what, you'll be happy with this CD. Yes.
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