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Bass Communion


Progressive Electronic

3.56 | 38 ratings

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3 stars Well....I love Porcupine Tree....and Blackfield.....and No-Man....so I thought I would try Bass Communion.... This is nothing like any of those bands.....Steven Wilson is really out there tryng something different here..... I also enjoy Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze....and a few other Electronic bands.....heading in the ambient direction......but this album makes Tangerine Dream look like foot tapping fiddle music in comparison.....There's not a lot of real music here at all.....There's a lot of background noises that sort of evolve into something that makes you think of music........ I am not tempted to get any further Bass Communion albums.....but this is something that you could play if you are looking to zone out completely...... I don't mind listening to it every once in a while.....
digdug | 3/5 |


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