Silver Apples‘ fifth album The Decatur, which was released in 1998, dispensed with individual tracks and just dived straight into a single-track, 40-minute-plus cosmic odyssey that gets into some pretty weird and wild places. This reissue marks the first time it has ever been pressed to vinyl, with both regular black or white-and-green splatter wax editions available.
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 9th February 2017
Decatur is totally different from any other Silver Apples release. One track, just one track that clocks in at 42:10. All instrumental. Some decent oscillator sounds combined with nice drum work and coronal keyboard drone is to be experienced here. It is kind of relaxing in its own way, but I warn you, don't buy it if you're expecting music like Silver Apples/Contact or Beacon - this is completely different. I don't know how it will strike you, but I'm satisfied, I think it's in the top bracket of stuff they've done.
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