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on August 22, 2006
Mono go from strength to strength. This does "feel" like a natural follow-on from Walking Cloud, which is no bad thing. Whilst it lacks some of the (IMHO excellent) experimentation of One Step More or Pipal Tree, it feels more reflective and subtle (sic). Are You There is an excellent example of this.

I find Mono very hard not to listen to: I usually end up transfixed. You are There contains all the hypnotic, enigmatic qualities of pervious works.

If you're new to Mono this is definately a good start. But beware, you may find yourself buying all their works!

Finally, I was introduced to Mono by John Peel (GRHS). He played Sabbath from One Step More ...... I was hooked.
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