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1 review »Justin Broadrick is a busy fellow, the amount of material he's released over the years under so, so many alias' is fairly astonishing. What amazes me though is that the quality control is consistently high.. Anyway I'm currently listening to the latest album under one of his earliest and obscure pseudonyms: Final, a project he's been doing on and off for over twenty years. My first exposure to the ... »

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Reading All The Right Signals Wrong by Final
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9/10 Ant Staff review, 19 November 2009
Justin Broadrick is a busy fellow, the amount of material he's released over the years under so, so many alias' is fairly astonishing. What amazes me though is that the quality control is consistently high.. Anyway I'm currently listening to the latest album under one of his earliest and obscure pseudonyms: Final, a project he's been doing on and off for over twenty years. My first exposure to the Final stuff was '3' which was a 2 disc set on Neurot and I loved it. So when 'Reading All The Right Signals Wrong' landed in front of me I couldn't wait to hit play on the bugger. Oh yeah I'm totally feeling this 'Right Signal'. He's got the electronics/ computer going here and really sculpting lucid dream like worlds where paranoia is never away. I just love the sinister vibe, and yet simultaneously it's really gorgeous. 'Wrong Signal' has some very gentle noise over which a simple guitar refrain is played, it's very melancholy and much in the same spirit as his Jesu stuff. Some very heart wrenching sounds enter the mix and the piece is elevated to become almost cinematic in scope. As I close my eyes I'm transported into the red skies of an a world apocalypse.  'Stop At The Red' has a simple doom-like repetition that feels very bleak and as the track progresses it becomes very powerful with rumbling low end  and mutating high frequencies.  II found this totally engaging from beginning to end. This stuff disappears fairly quickly and the market value always increases, so I suggest you grab a copy while you can. CD and LP on No Quarter. Huge recommendation.

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