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  • Audio CD (26 Jan. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Smalltown Supersound
  • ASIN: B001B4RLOW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 51,285 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Following up 2006's collection of singles in `It's a Feedelity Affair', Lindstrøm is back with his first album proper. Well known for his epic and ultra melodic disco, Lindstrøm has opted to take a far more progressive route by churning out only 3 tracks across the albums 55 minutes. After releasing a string of critically acclaimed 12" singles, his sound coined a term the press called `space disco' and a movement that the likes of `diskJokke' would emulate. Well known for his remixes of LCD Soundsystem, Roxy Music, Franz Ferdinand and The Killers, he has previously released a collaboration with Norwegian DJ and friend Prins Thomas and will release another this autumn. On this epic release, Lindstrøm extends his minimalist Norwegian-space disco across a far wider gamut. Similar in vein to Manual Gottsching's dance-music initiating `E2-E4', stretched-synths extend and overlap infinitely, continuously warping to maximize the euphoric resonance of the sound. In the midst of this psychedelically morphing and heavily layered body of electro, melodic motifs and retro disco flourishes from the Giorgio Moroder school of sound occasionally rise to the fore. Like attempting to play a late-Nineties trance cassette that's started to melt in a conked out cassette player, Lindstrøm's newly-stretched out sound progressively perpetuates; his feverish, electrobeat-driven pieces blossoming with kaleidoscopic endeavor. The new freedom that has come with a lack of time constraint has led to more fulfilling pieces that meander through narrative peaks and troughs and engage vividly with the listener.Read more ›
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Imagine If Jean Michel Jarre really had the funk gene or was more interested in partying than chilling out then I think Where You Go I Go Too is a credible approximation of what he would sound like.
Lindstrøm is the sobriquet of Norwegian producer Hans-Peter Lindstrøm and he has remixed work by artists as diverse as Franz Ferdinand , Roxy Music , Imagination and LCD Soundsystem but on this album he creates three tracks covering 55 minutes of what has been dubbed space disco.
I can see why too as there is definite groove to this music . It is gloriously fluid with gyrating flights of fancy but with a rhythmic under pulse that keeps its metaphorical feet glued to the ( no doubt chrome and glass) dance floor. You could zero gravity dance to this stuff but it's also great just to listen to. It transports you somewhere else.
This album reminds me in many ways of hugely under rated dance pioneers Fluke who have a similar sinuous grace to their music . Though it must be said they never produced a track as elongated as the knocking on thirty minute title track . This track opens up with ambient found sounds -wave , wind that sort of thing - before percolating in esoteric keyboards .Once it hit it's groove it circulates poly-rhythmic errrr rhythms over which juddering keyboard refrains swish in and out . It build these layers up before ushering it all done and starting again with a more delicate tippy toe arrangement. It's not massively original but by god it's great to listen to.
"Grand Ideas " is like the Disco Evangelists doing the harder edged techno tones of Plastikman . "The Long Way Home" is bit prissy for five minutes before it mutates into a glistening theme for a show from the eighties involving white suits, big hair and perma tans.
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It really is as if punk never happened. Norwegians with facial hair taking the likes of Manuel Gottsching, Klaus Schulze and Giorgio Moroder as their inspiration produce epic albums of cosmic trance with 30 minute long tracks and get this, happen to be horribly fashionable at the same time, getting the chance to remix the likes of Madonna and DJ at hip clubs throughout the world. Not only are they reinventing trance, slowing it down to a more preferable speed but they're making those older gurus of the synthesizer acceptable once again. It's as if two of the most unhip genres have been spliced together, two negatives making a positive.

The emergence of the "cosmic disco" movement over the past few years is indicative of a divergence from the increasingly minimal aspect of electronic dance music, but also arguably signals the wish to go back a time more irreverent and ultimately less abstract. Mr Lindstrom has taken all his influences, like Cerrone, Schulze and Gottsching and made a slick dancefloor album that is pretty much as one might expect listening to those records and applying more modern studio sounds to it, namely a thumping backbeat. One could argue that "Where You Go I Go Too" perhaps alludes to this, as he doesn't really attempt to conceal anything, even chucking in a blatant riff from Cerrone that to his credit transforms into something quite dramatic with a lovely key change. As with his forebears he also makes no effort to edit or shorten any of the tracks, with the title track clocking in at 28 minutes, but in fairness this does have several "movements" which make up the whole song. "Grand Ideas" isn't really, although its insistent synth lead is ideal for a club.
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HASH(0x9b7e41ec) out of 5 stars Beautiful ambient disco-techno 29 Sept. 2008
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I liked this album a lot. It is just the sort of instrumental thing I listen to while working. The closest thing it reminded me of that I know is Tangerine Dream, but more beat-driven. Perhaps a little _too_ disco for my liking, but that's me being hypercritical. Disregard 4-star rating, I don't do stars.
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