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5.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly varied but all good
"Eclectic" is a seriously overused word but is still probably the best way of describing this album. The best known tracks are the deeply progressive house/trance of "The World Doesn't Know" and "Twelve", both of which are truely special, but the rest of the album covers a spectrum of styles all the way to electro on "Electronic Poledancer", breaks on "Toyko Breaks" and...
Published on 6 Aug. 2005 by R. Wilson

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3.0 out of 5 stars Good.... but not Hooj
I could not help feeling a little dissapointed by this album, mainly because I know Tilt are capable of some top notch melodic trance (thinking of their early track "Invisible" and others like it). Dont get me wrong, "Explorer" is a good album, but is nothing like the Tilt of old, when they were on Hooj and their style used to be far more melodic. Now, with "Explorer",...
Published on 1 Feb. 2006 by O. Southwood


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3.0 out of 5 stars Good.... but not Hooj, 1 Feb. 2006
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I could not help feeling a little dissapointed by this album, mainly because I know Tilt are capable of some top notch melodic trance (thinking of their early track "Invisible" and others like it). Dont get me wrong, "Explorer" is a good album, but is nothing like the Tilt of old, when they were on Hooj and their style used to be far more melodic. Now, with "Explorer", we have a collection of intricate beats and riffs, none of them especially catchy or memorable, but still nice to listen to. I would say this album is a grower, but it certainly didn't blow me away like I expected it to. Good quality electronica, but extremely varied in style between tracks. There's no "Invisible" here, no super-memorable tunes, but a good collection nonetheless.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly varied but all good, 6 Aug. 2005
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R. Wilson (Leeds, UK) - See all my reviews
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"Eclectic" is a seriously overused word but is still probably the best way of describing this album. The best known tracks are the deeply progressive house/trance of "The World Doesn't Know" and "Twelve", both of which are truely special, but the rest of the album covers a spectrum of styles all the way to electro on "Electronic Poledancer", breaks on "Toyko Breaks" and almost pop (in a good way) on songs such as "Explorer" and "New Day" - definitely more like the classic "Invisible" than Tilt's better known recent work. There isn't a bad track among them but I'm not quite convinced the album works as a whole with so many genres... however that's not going to stop me listening to it! And it still gets 5 stars for the sheer brilliance of the progressive tracks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 24 May 2015
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Fantastic Progressive / Trance album from golden age
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