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6LA8 - The Drone Collective CD (album) cover




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The Truth
4 stars This album came out immediately after I had gotten into 6LA8 and it peaked my interest to a humongous level because of how dense this album was. Sure, the previous ones were to but something in this record just real gave this feeling of mechanical density that's altogether strange yet absolutely appealing.

Did that make any sense? If it did, you probably want to try it out. If it didn't you should try it to learn what I'm rambling about.

The Drone Collective is exactly what it's title explains, a collective of drone pieces that work together into ambient/electronic post rock brilliance. Several downright excellent tracks are on this record such as "Sir, I Had No Need For That Hypothesis", "Everybody's a Paragon, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?" and "You Do Know You Could've Been Deleted". But honestly, there isn't a weak track, just good ones and brilliant ones.

This is an excellent starting point for this band that undoubtedly needs to be checked out.

4 solid stars.

The Truth | 4/5 |


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