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Amazon.com: HASH(0x90baca38) out of 5 stars 16 reviews
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HASH(0x99da563c) out of 5 stars Something different 23 May 2003
By Stephen E.P. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
On the surface, it's hard to distinguish Mono from their peers (ie Mogwai) in the arena of underground, instrumental rock. Their explosive, propulsive blasts of layered guitar combustion are counteracted by extremeley soft, delicate interludes and as a result on paper these guys may sound like more of the same old/same old. But one listen to this band reveals that they are a truly unique entity and deserving of a greater audience and much attention. Live, these guys are completely engulfing, and te result is a uniquely cathartic experience that puts most bands to shame. On their second album, the band explores lengthy themes and whether they are rocking out at their hardest (recommendation: listen to this album with the bass cranking and the stereo LOUD) or quietly building up, there shines through an indescribable subltetey that makes this music totally engaging. It almost seems like their Japanese-ness comes through, making their music delicate and pretty even in its loudest moments. Whatever it is that makes Mono amazing, however, they've got it. And you'd do well to check these guys out
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99da5690) out of 5 stars Serious Psychedelia 4 May 2005
By Nathan B. Hyatt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is American Psych at its best performed by Japanese guitar-flame-throwers. The second track is quite possibly the heaviest piece of recorded music in existence, and is worth the price of admission alone. The opening track is pretty and quiet, and Mono tends to alternate between death-distortion and gorgeous clean tones. If you are at all interested in instrumental guitar heaviness combined with beautiful and heart-rending chord changes and balanced by quiet melancholia, then you can't go wrong with this album. Mono is the highlight of the current psych rock scene, and this album is a great place to start.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90a52b04) out of 5 stars interesting.... 10 Dec. 2003
By Christopher A. Warnecke - Published on Amazon.com
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ladies and gentlemen, i profess knowledge of few things. one of them, however, is a certain connection with the whole post-rock movement. i grew up on the stuff. from the first rodan and bark psychosis to mogwai and godspeed, i adore many of the bands. this band, it seems to me, is alot like mogwai circa that time between young team and CODY. sonically explosive yet somber and slowly buidling. i dig the album, yet, it seems that originality is NOT their strong stuff. please folks, buy the mogwai stuff first. you'll be glad you did. and no, not for the levis commercial song either.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99da5918) out of 5 stars Mind-blowing 1 Jun. 2003
By Spooky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Mono, a Japanese instrumental rock group on Arena Rocking records returns on their sophomore disc, �One Step More and You Die.�
Sonic Youth-style sheets of sound dominate the album, but are separated by moving and soothing cello pieces that are like the calm before a storm. One Step More and You Die is Mono�s second album, and its greatest delights lay in the pummeling guitar rock and ambience of every song. Layering eerie clouds of melodic white noise with roaring guitar work, the entire album throbs with a pulsing, and distinctively powerful sound unlike anything I�ve ever heard before. The best track on the album is defiantly �com (?),� a song that develops and builds like an offshore storm, crashing into a nightmarish maelstrom of distorted guitars and rhythmic bass.
On a personal note, I saw Mono entirely by accident. I (and another particularly insectoid staffer from AKPCEP.com) hauled off to go see a local video-game-theme cover band and stayed for Mono, the billed act. Their were no more than 2 dozen people in the hall, but the band destroyed everyone their. My mouth was dry by the end of the set; I�d been gawking. The packed up and left without fanfare, just as they came. It was like watching the world explode.
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HASH(0x99da5b58) out of 5 stars Awe-inspiring. 27 April 2003
By J. P. DuQuette - Published on Amazon.com
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Like instrumental psychedelia in the Mogwai/Slint/Tortoise vein? Buy this now. I got it in Japan when it first came out last year, and it quickly became my favorite release of 2002. Beautiful, melancholic noise.
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