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Richard Pinhas


Progressive Electronic

4.09 | 25 ratings

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4 stars I heard this album referred to as "a musical ferocity" which is just about right! The 3-part title track has massive synth chords, played at different speeds & with sound effects creating a phenomenal, chilling atmosphere. "Thule" has wailing guitars against repetitive electronics, perhaps like King Crimson. "Greenland" has a beautiful melody quite out of character with the rest of the album. My copy of the CD (Spalax 14236) includes a live bonus track which is a 22 minute polymoog drone: interesting (well to hear once anyway). This album would appeal to anybody looking for a more extreme music experience.
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