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Eph
Format: Audio CD|Change
Price:£6.60+ £1.26 shipping

on 30 December 2003
Took me a couple of days to get into this cd and now thoroughly enjoy it. It's nice 'smoke' music. At times this cd reminds me of Autechre but overall this has a warmer feel to it, not so clinical. There are some nice melodic bass beats on here as well as some concentration on organic sounds, which gives the whole thing breadth and versatility. A good addition to the cd rack.
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on 9 February 2000
The day fridge formulated the content of Ceefax and all of their other releases, intentions were focused on inspiration through simplistic oddities. This was a road that was abstained by the majority of music travellers and time has resulted in a more accessiblity-orientated album that remains delightful. The shattering Yttrium drives through all the barriers previously errected by the band themselves and combines a dance base with the distinctive flavour of the post-rock threesome. There is a lot to be taken from a record produced with such groundbreaking ideas, for the current music scene, that attains such listenability. Maybe the futuristic mantle will be taken on by the band's side-project FourTet. I believe the time has come for Fridge to see their material mixed by the dance/trance D.J.s and will fill their pockets with the resultant benefits. Never a disappointment if this enables them to finance a continuing development of a sound fresher than Nintendo Teenage Robots.
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