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Moderat [Limited Edition]
Moderat [Limited Edition]
Price: £12.39

5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning, 27 Sept. 2010
This is the second offering and first full-length from German producers Apparat (Sascha Ring), and Modeselektor (Sebastian Szary, Gernot Bronsert), and it issimply amazing.

From the pounding 'A new Error' and 'Nasty Silence', through to the more grandoise moments of 'Seamonkey' and 'Pork #1 & #2) the album is as close to flawless as it can be without being exactly that. The only slight dip in form is 'BeatsWaySick' which although is ofcourse exceptionaly produced and sounds huge is spoiled by the childish cliche'd rant coming courtesy of a fella named 'Busdriver'. However this is one slight issue in which is otherwise a truly astounding collection of tracks.

After seing Moderat live this Summer I was immeresed by the drawdropping visulisations produced by Pfanderei which played out behind them. They are the perfect accompaniment making the Moderat experience one that is both Auraly and Visualy astounding.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Oh dear, 27 Sept. 2010
This review is from: Emarosa (Audio CD)
After Relativity I had high hopes for this album as the band have now had time to grow as a band with Jonny Craig, surfice to say I was wrong. A toast to te future starts off nicely with Craig and showing off his (melower) vocal capabilities, but I can't help but feel that the chorus is a bit of a cop-out, It was if they had a spare chorus and a spare verse and slapped the two together. Don't get me wrong it is'nt a terrible album it just seems a bit, well, contrived. One major thing wrong is the recording of the drums and especially the Snare, it sounds like it has been recorded in a cave or a public toilet. Not nice.

Now the news has surfced that Jonny Craig will being doing vocal duties with Dance Gavin Dance again, I for one cannot wait, as I see them as a much more competent and exciting set of musicians and song writers. If you want to try Emarosa and don't own any of their recordings buy Relativity not this.

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