- Audio CD (4 Aug. 2003)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: 679
- ASIN: B0000AZAVD
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 172,052 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Top Customer Reviews
And, as there is no filler (unlike the second album) there really is nothing not to like about this album. If you want something provoking, beautiful, and edgy, then buy now.
Each sound, gutair reverb, beep, feedback, organ is given time to breath and space to become more potent. Each track slowly builds, taking you with it until it blosoms and comes crashing in. Reading this it wouldn't be hard to imagine the album to be arty or self indulgent- but heres the thing. The tunes are so catchy and so real that it can't fail to hook you in.
The band (The Secret Machines) take the best of the Flaming Lips, Polophonic Spree, Mogwi and make it there own.
Ladies and gentleman we are floating in space and it's great.
September 000 is a short album consisting of 5 tracks. But what great tracks they are! "What used to be French" is a fantastic opener, and from there the album seems to take you on a short journey of dreamlike songs that seem to have become the Machines signature, finishing with an awesome and beautiful ten minute track "Marconi's Radio".
I personally love this album, and think it's a must for any Secret Machines fan, (you won't be let down). However I feel if you're new to the Machine's work; I would try one of the other albums first to get you started. This is because September 000 has no commercial tasters, no single material, and no fillers. Just full on talented, raw, beautiful music.