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  • Vinyl (17 Mar. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: The Leaf Label
  • ASIN: B00008A7IH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,172,625 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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"A kaleidoscopic cyber-whirlpool of genuine depth and imagination...Majestic." -- Logo, March 2003

"Australian Mark Mitchell's debut album is a collection of poignant songs wrapped in lush, disjointed electronics." -- Music Week, February 2003

"Evoking beautiful melodies that embrace complex rhythms and off-kilter sounds…it’s an album which rewards with repeated listening….Excellent." -- DMC Update, April 2003

"Gently happy, sneakily engaging, and not unlike the gentler moments of Sebadoh with a sampler." -- DJ Magazine, March 2003

"This is a really good record...There's a heart-stirring tenderness built into this whole album." -- Undercover, April 2003

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By A Customer on 25 Feb. 2003
Format: Audio CD
God only knows where this will get airplay - but it deserves to. Probably Peel or Xfm's John Kennedy will pick it up. They should anyway.
This is a lush record that sounds like a hybrid between My Bloody Valentine's Loveless and Radiohead's Kid A/Amnesiac stuff. Every song is a well-constructed soundscape. Whilst most 'ambient' albums sound two-dimensional to me, Clue To Kalo/Mark Mitchell does a great job of making songs first. It sounds to me like the melody is an important part of the mix here.
Particular faves include "this is over by inches", "we'll live free (in nyc)" and the 11-minute epic "still we felt bulletproof".
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Sometimes it is unfair to compare a band or an album with others, particularly when the album generates such genuine enthusiasm for a piece and anticipation for each next move as Clue to Kalo's Come Here when you Sleepwalk. Fairness aside, a mix of Björk's Homogenic, Hefner (the producer, rather than the guitar band) and Le Tone with a hint of Badly Drawn Boy should give you some indication of where we stand with this album. The first three tracks suck you right in to a wonderful world of broad sounds and fascinating ideas. The wide, treble-oriented production, full of bleeps, rhythmic hisses and drums creates a landscape where the simple melodies and sung verse fit in comfortably and effortlessly. Yet there is tension, too. This stems from the occasional feeling that what the tune needs right now is a Fat Boy Slim-style kicking funk beat to really take you to that level of musical satedness you crave - and you will be disappointed. Mark Mitchell, writer and producer behind Clue to Kolo steers conscientiously away from such temptations, perhaps in the knowledge that satisfying them will leave you with that slightly guilty feeling which you have after an excessively large meal. The album has its weak points, naturally. "We'll live free" is a rather unstructured blur of nice sounds, which don't bring anything new of interest after the magnificent opening. "Still we felt bulletproof" needs patience to get through the fragile vocals - the sounds following are suck you back to active listening until they, too, descend into a somewhat unstructured wallow, itself followed by an ecstatic broadening back to a fade-out with the vocals - all in the one song. Remember the Hefner reference?Read more ›
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4.0 out of 5 stars cool music 11 Mar. 2003
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Format: Audio CD
this is cool melodic folk/electronic music....beautiful melodies, hip-hop style beats....Some songs intrumental while others have soft beautiful vocals. Cd should appeal to fans of Badly Drawn Boy, Sea and Cake, Tortoise and maybe even Boards of Canada.
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Nice and soft. Good deal.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ephemeral textural snacks 15 Mar. 2010
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Format: Audio CD
CTK is a lot of mildly pleasing, but hardly spectacularly impressive, alternative electro-pop soundscapes.
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