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Different, original and generally pretty good
on 8 February 2002
If you've bought this album after hearing a sample of 'Bug Powder Dust' off the Dirt Chamber Sessions, as I did, then prepared to be suprised.
Rather than being a collection of raw, bass-heavy big-beat style tunes, 'Clear' is a somewhat weird collection of spaced-out dubby tracks featuring random people such as the rastsa poet Benjamin Zephaniah. Don't let all this put you off though as the tracks on 'Clear' are as original and well constructed as they are odd. If you are into the more obscure end of dance music then this is a must-have. Production quality is a little sub-standard and it may well take you more than one listen to get used to.
Enjoy, I do.3/5