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Whilst all the other are good eery painful tracks, and Empire & one-to-one religion (Peppers & Rogers?) stand out, you will keep coming back to the fact that Bug Powder Dust is one of the best songs ever penned, despite is silly boxpop references, despite its unashamed naked lunch spoilers, it just ROCKS. So now that you can't buy the BPD singles box set, you'd better get Clear.
Blasts out of the gate with the excellent, dark, and full-on "Bug Powder Dust," a song that manages to reference hip-hop, trip-hop, William Burroughs ( a theme throughout the album it seems, ) Joseph Conrad, and vibrators. The album then swirls through a number of equally dark - thematically speaking - tracks that wind around guest players like tense snakes.
Stand outs are the stripped down, coldly dubby "Dark Heart" and the hugely weird "If you reach the border," a Burroughs-esque trip of filtered poetry and dry, crispy instrumentation.
The only let down is Sinead O'Connor's hammer-home politics on the dreadful "Empire." Vampire indeed O'Connor.
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
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this on the strength of the iconic 'Bug Powder Dust', one of the best tunes of the 90s. Unfortunately that is pretty much the only track of any merit on the album. Read morePublished on 5 Jan. 2013 by Bryn
Tim Simenon's 1995 album could be compared to Massive Attack and Portishead albums from around the same time. Read morePublished on 18 July 2007 by S Bruce