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A Point Too Far To Astronaut
A Point Too Far To Astronaut
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5.0 out of 5 stars You gonna Phone him or shall I?, 24 Jan 2005
ok, where to start. some would say at the begining, but this is also hard given his essay long list of production credits. Telephone Jim Jesus is enigmatic in production, you acan always tell when it's him, but you're never quite sure why. 'A point too far...' is beautiful, such a great debut, but he has been working on it for years in his basement. 1 3rd of Restiform bodies, not to mention a body of work produced for the likes of Sole, Sage Francis, et al, TJJ is an awe inspiring producer, the album isnt a long one by any means, however it compells an immediate second listen upon it's finish. What a great start to what I have no doubt will be a startling solo career.
Cheers Jim.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Est'elle, just what the UK scene needs!, 15 Aug 2004
This review is from: 1980 (Audio CD)
This track is amazing. The rhymes are intelligent, heart felt and compelling. the production on this track is great. Soulful and fantastic. I hope to hear alot more from this girl, she's doin good things. Keep Kung Fu alive! Peace

Start With A Strong And Persistent Desire
Start With A Strong And Persistent Desire
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4.0 out of 5 stars A new sound combined by lots of old sounds, great!, 22 Feb 2002
I am excited by this band.Vex Red really are amazing!This albums is set to be a sure hit for them, whether it's here or in America they are destined for big things, working with Ross Robinson on there Debut should tell them that!"Cant smile" is an interesting blend of music that works together amazingly, the mellow vocals & pumping dub-like drum beat compliment each other well. "Clone Jesus" although this track beats out with a crunching riff, the first verse is from the mellower side of Vex-Red, but again the opening isnt there for no reason as you will see from the chorus and bridge. "itch", the first single from this album, is a beutifully crafted track with ambient verses & an almost nu-age 'Cure' chorus. A great band and surely one to look out for, but has nobody else noticed that Terry Abbot occasionally tends to sound like Daniel Johns from Silverchair?

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