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5.0 out of 5 stars solar enemy are portion control, 24 Nov. 2003
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J. Mcbain "millwall.f.c." (london england) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Fastest Reflexes (Audio CD)
so solar enemy rise from the ashes of portion control (heroes of garage,panel beating,industrial electronic pop!)and this their first long player now moves them on to the dance floor next to cabaret voltaire.with trax like welcome to hell,rotor,dark angel and massive radiation you still hear the muscular factory floor sounds but they seem more refined with hypnotic,hard edge pulverising beats (think of tackhead and your there)with cut ups of televangelist pulpit rhetoric and enya's orinoco flow played backwards give us that religious experience we've all been looking for.these boys deserve more than cult status but their refusal to play ball means we get to listen to their fascination for all things irrational and take us on a journey to a threshold experience.if you get a chance,snap anything by these boys as portion control or solar enemy.the elctro assasins are here.
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5.0 out of 5 stars from the ashes., 25 Nov. 2003
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J. Mcbain "millwall.f.c." (london england) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Fastest Reflexes (Audio CD)
solar enemy were portion control,heroes of idustrial panel beating garage electronic pop.this there 1st long player sees the boys share the dance floor with cabaret voltaire,where they retain their use of muscular factory floor sounds but the pulverising hard edged beats (think tackhead and your close) are more refined.trax like dark angel,rotor,massive radiation and universe confirm this and instead of using vocals they cut up televanglist spewing religious pulpit rhetoric and playing enya's orinoco flow backwards for that warped ambient hypnotic feel.these boys aint electro hippies,they want to take you through a journey of their fascination of the irrational to a threshold experience.these boys deserve more than cult status but they beleive in not comprimisng which allows us to listen to them in pure form amid the collaspe of industrial england.let the havoc man in.
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