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First up guys n gals, we have three rather curious 7"s by an act called Vision and the Riddle. On assorted coloured vinyl, I'd like to tell you more but Fat Barry's fed the press release to his Dwarf Russian hamsters so all I can inform you of is that the 3 track clear vinyl one  (Swamp) sounds a bit like a slow Herrmann and Kleine with added Vange ...

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 07 January 2007
First up guys n gals, we have three rather curious 7"s by an act called Vision and the Riddle. On assorted coloured vinyl, I'd like to tell you more but Fat Barry's fed the press release to his Dwarf Russian hamsters so all I can inform you of is that the 3 track clear vinyl one  (Swamp) sounds a bit like a slow Herrmann and Kleine with added Vangelis flourishes and t'other side is a more krautrocky job with bagpipe/wind instrument/eastern gurglings on it. No.2 (Spinning)  is a 4 track on blue vinyl and a completely different kettle of koalas altogether. Lemon Jelly with lovely female vocals springs immediately to mind. So much so it'd not be out of place on 'Lost Horizons'! Damn pretty tune i'd say. The main track on side 2 is like Ian Brown on valium. 'Nuff said. Finally no. 3 (Inspiration 2)  is a white vinyl slab of wibbly Spiritualised-esque prettiness with Ian Brown's twin brother on vox again! A track on side 2 sounds a bit like that pesky DJ Shadow feller....Another 4 tracker this so if you like quality strange 7"s i'd recommend you get the set!....

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