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The long lost FSOL album finally gets released. Intended as the follow up to Lifeforms, until now it has remained merely a myth. Instead they chose a different direction - released ISDN and Dead Cities then vanished only to reappear as psychedelic rock band Amorphous Androgynous and scare off most of their following.
In recent years they began releasing archive compilations through their website and eventually on CD. The first few were of variable quality, lacking cohesion, Volume 4 onwards being much more serious offerings that have clearly had more time spent on them.
With Environments however they raised the bar. Musically it's a tough one to describe - almost… Read more