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Les Elephants Du Paradis
Les Elephants Du Paradis
Price: £8.64

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Top-notch tracks to drift off to.............., 12 July 2004
The Knights Of The Occasional Table have served up some sublime music in this seminal release from the mid 1990s. Chilled-up electronica with plenty of organic sounds, and a bongo drum or two to boot. The best tracks by far are 'The call', and 'Sit on a leaf and wait until autumn', but the rest of the album doesn't let the side down either.

In Dub - Mixed By Ott
In Dub - Mixed By Ott
Price: £7.51

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Top notch, 18 Dec. 2003
This review is from: In Dub - Mixed By Ott (Audio CD)
OTT has done a superb job of twisting Hallucinogen's distinct brand of psy-trance.
As the title suggests, the tracks sound slightly more mellow than the originals, but not overly so. There are also layers of new beats added, and the production quality is of the highest order.

Insides (Version 2)
Insides (Version 2)

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Out there, somewhere (in a class of it's own), 23 Feb. 2002
This review is from: Insides (Version 2) (Audio CD)
The best album I own, bar none. Electronica at it's finest; 'In-Sides' seems a natural progression from Orbital's previous works. I don't easily offer gushing superlatives, but language is too limiting to adequately describe this work of wonder. The Hartnoll brothers appear to have classical pretensions, and this album was a grandiose statement of intent. Yet, as ever, Orbital are impossible to categorise and marginalise. This was undoubtedly their finest hour (or so). Although, many seem to prefer some of Orbital's earlier works, these souls are sadly misguided. 'In-Sides' just gets better with age, as seminal and sublime as ever. Mature, majestic, and moving. This album is an essential addition to anyone's record collection.

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