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Simply Awsome Stuff
on 9 April 2008
I bought this about a year ago have haven't stopped playing it since. I loved it so much I went and bought a midi controller and spent hundreds of pounds (perhaps thousands) on software, samplers, and a new computer. Side 2 is my favourite, it starts off beautifully smooth but goes absolutely berserk with the synths firing all over the place and into the audience on 1939 and Solemn Thirsty. It's just so exiting I have trouble concentrating when driving the car with this going mega loud. And Sun Spots really gets into your brain sounding like bits of cork and wood twisting into each other, it's so intriguing and weird, pure techno fusion.
It's not perfect, side 1 is just fab but fizzles out halfway through, and some of the plastically Euro disco tracks on side 2 could have been better. Still, I've been completely compelled by it, so much I went and bought all his other stuff but nothing can match this.