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10/10 Joe Customer review,
bought this on the basis of brians review, and the mention of a vague similarity to some of wolfgang voigt's work. i was not disappointed. sounds not dissimilar to 'nah and fern' (everyone should buy the 4 CD set instantly - or the vinyl if you can find it) in places but without that 'wall effect' that voigt so ably uses to muffle the bass lines, but a bit more layered than his studio 1 type stuff (again, buy his compilation CD from the normans now). the version of 'everybody's got to learn sometime' grows on you, though i think beck's version off the soundtrack to 'eternal sunshine of the spotless mind' (only) just pips it. track 3 - 'leave it' - is an absolute stormer, and as soon as the needle gets to the play out i just want to pick it back up and start it again - superb - i wish it could just go on and on. an excellent album to just lie down, relax, empty your mind of stress, and watch the clouds scurry by. not a duff note played anywhere on this lp, and i just hope they can keep this level of musicianship up on future work. vying with tBDs 'further vexations' for best electronica of the year so far.
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