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Richard Pinhas


Progressive Electronic

3.77 | 4 ratings

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4 stars The 90's begins good for master Pinhas, using the tecnology of the time, create an architecture of armonies and secuences, using the same estructure of other recordings (L'Etique) this time the "leiv motiv" is the moving "The Joe Chip song" in this 4 parts, a beauty and "warm ice" symphony in various versions ( electronics and string quartet) seems like the dance of a electronic iced female ambient. The "male form" begins with "Ubik", good reference of the "heavy" style of Pinhas, electronics "ostinato" and electronic drums, shapes guitar in a continum of colours. The oposite of this idea is "A piece called Lulu" funny "technopop" piece with energetic style, a sound portrait of a "cyber" Louise Brooks. Besides, the cover of the album is a piece of art of the french master, Phillipe Druillet, good reflex of the music in images Maybe "L'Etique" for the 90's, less "heavy" but not less intense


Dellius | 4/5 |


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