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Djam Karet


Eclectic Prog

3.19 | 36 ratings

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3 stars Today's DJAM KARET is an exciting and innovative band who I find a great pleasure to listen to. But this re-release of their dark 1991 new age/ambient album "Suspension & Displacement" is just boring with never-ending soundscapes, improvisations, sampled effects and repetitive loops that just ain't going nowhere. This album is a mix between Aphex Twin, Biosphere and Tony Gerber. This album were released simultaneously with "Burning the Hard City", an album that is totally different to this, with its heavy guitar oriented instrumental progressive rock. "Some tracks though are quite good: the opening "Dark Clouds, No Rain", "Angels Without Wings" and "Consider Figure Three". If you're not a die-hard new age fan you shouldn't even consider buying this album. I rather suggest that you get hold of one of their more previous releases, "The Devouring" for instance, that is far better than this.
Greger | 3/5 |


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