6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
76 minutes of "that" sound. Fecking love it!,
This review is from: Entain (Audio CD)
Let's be honest, if you're at all interested in Delay's music, I really, _really_ don't think you'll be disappointed here. Just buy, buy, buy!
For the record, whereas Multila was more eclectic (tracks like Huone bordering on techno, others purely ambient, others very glitchy-dub), and Anima has one relatively constant "sound" throughout (too darn hard to describe here), Entain seems much, much calmer. Delay's music is usually too busy to sleep to, but here things are somewhat different. All six tracks are very relaxed, the four lengthier pieces are drawn out far - allowing for slow but constant progression in the usual manner. But enough of this, if you have any interest in electronic music at all, you should at least have one of his albums and Entain is as good as any of the others.