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5 stars Audion:This is a well-thought-out group of compositions that reveal a diverse and complex imagination. Audion is superb experimental electronic music. Let us no forget that one of the main roots of progressive rock is the willingness to experiment, push ones audience to it's limits, and make use of all the musical tools of the day, no matter how simple or sophisticated. The experimental aspect is what makes it exciting. It's not an accident that Larry has recorded and toured with some of the greats of progressive rock over the years.

The most important thing about music is that it moves you. Audion does that in a way that holds your attention! And unlike so much of todays music, its not dark and depressing, either. It's light, symphonic, and rich with aural treats. This is one electronic composer who understands rythme and melody...but still not bound by it. One of the things that makes this music great is that it is not dated. One can respond to it no matter what age. There is dated music out there, no doubt, but one has to distinguish between dated musical taste and dated music; these are not easily disentangled.

Larry Fast and Synergy is so often misunderstood, especially by the marketing people in the music industry. But, to the marketing people out there....that's a pretty low standard for classifying this album as electronic/dance. I guess that would also make Vangelis electronic/dance, too. Absurd.

convocation | 5/5 |


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