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Underworld

Underworld

5 Aug 2014
3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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Oh dear - I clearly came into this band fairly late, as I loved East of the Sun and West of the Moon, both really lovely albums. This one, which apparently goes back to the original style of music, just didn't sit well with me at all, and I hated it. I played it twice to see if I could learn to love it, but nope - it is just too repetitive and rambly for my tastes.

I'm sure it is a wonderful album, loved by many, but sadly in my house it has now become the most expensive coffee cup coaster I ever bought .....
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Tuatara return to their original style of moody music with Skerik providing saxophone sounds to blend with the marimba and vibes, draped over curious rhythms.
I really enjoyed their first album Breaking the Ethers which was followed by Trading with the Enemy, a similar blend of brooding acoustic tones.

For some reason they chose to produce a couple of albums of songs without Skerik, which are nothing like the earlier work. (east of the Sun, West of the Moon - available as a double, but don't bother.) A great shame they released such material under the Tuatara name.
This new album sees a return to the Tuatara of old with Skerik back and the moody sounds a bit reminiscent of Twin Peaks. This is a great album that is hard to describe but if you liked the first couple of Tuatara albums you'll be pleased with this one.
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