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5 people found this helpful
on 2 March 2000
At the time of this CD's release, it was truly an inovation. I am buying this album for the second time as my original vinyl copy is getting a bit worn.
This album really did show that electronic music could have emotion and fealing. I remember buying purely for the second track, "LFO". This had been a single that had the most phenominal bass sound at a time when rave culture and warehouse parties were growing at massive rate. On first listen I was a little dissapointed, where was the album full of hard pumping dance anthems that I had expected.
As I listened to the album again a few days later I began to find more. I began to apreciate, the softer, gentler, whispering side of electronic music (El Ef Oh, Tan Ta Ra).
This is an album to imerse yourself in, shut the curtains, lie down and listen with headphones. Some may say that it sounds dated, but only as much as the universally excepted inovators, Kraftwerk. It's a thought provoking classic, not like the up-to-the-minute batery farmed dance hits currently being churned out.
If you like beautiful, "different", electronic music, like Moby or Leftfield, try this out. While it's not the same,it may just provoke a new inspiration in you.