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3.79 | 38 ratings

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4 stars Heldon's forth album is the first one to show more obviously their trademark style, the blend of intense electronics, distorted guitars and live drums. The pace is usually slow, not unlike their first three albums. Very recommended to anyone who enjoys Heldon, or dark electronic music. It does have some similarities with Throbbing Gristle, but TG has a more lo- fi kind of sound. From this point, Heldon gets more and more intense, noisy and melodic at the same time, peaking on the group's final album, Stand By. Pinhas's solo albums of that period follow the same evolution; anyone who likes Heldon's albums will surely enjoy Pinhas's albums too. Many of them has Heldon members as guests. Agneta Nilsson is classy, and classic electronic music. And I think I've heard it's the name of Richard Pinhas's girl at the time, or something like that.
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