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3.59 | 42 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

Side 1

1. King Of The Delta Blues (4:40)
2. Observer Commercial (0:56)
3. Dub Zero (8:09)
4. The Tobogganist (6:36)

Side 2

5. Shortwave (7:28)
6. Shortwave-Remix (9:11)

Side 3

7. Telegraph Commercial (1:00)
8. To Wear A Crown (5:09)
9. Nuclear Head Of An Angel (5:20)
10. Nailbomber (4:14)

Side 4

11. Slut 1.4 (9:32)
12. Apres-Mortes (12:15)

Total Time 75:30


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Line-up / Musicians

- Steve Wilson / all instruments, programming
- Chris Lewis / 1,8 collaboration
- Theo Travis / 10 saxophone

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STEVEN WILSON Unreleased Electronic Music ratings distribution

(42 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(43%)
Good, but non-essential (21%)
Collectors/fans only (12%)
Poor. Only for completionists (10%)

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Review by admireArt
4 stars Unreleased Electronic Music; released. The enjoyment of playing for playing sake! Accompanied by the use of a recording studio as instrument (Beatle like). Well this guy just pulls it off. Great thing the songs are experimental; so they are not so abusively crafted; like other more specifically written ones. So it is like a controllled "jam" and small pieces of this and that. Also; Steven Wilson; headmaster of many, many projects; travels in this one; routes less travelled; mainly, because; the songs serve no other purpose but to be played. If remembered or astounding some part of a future song; or better; if lucky; become a new one. The "Electronic" in the head title does not come for free. Meaning not all here is guitar processed electronically. In todays language there is Dub/Step and "Noise" and "Industrial" among more known routes like No-Man (some Frippertronics here n there) and the feel of a distant more relaxed P.T and a less burdened Steven Wilson music. To me this work is "cooler" than other more serious Steven Wilson solo works; where in my opinion; some stuff is over/produced and over/crafted and quiet loses its essence in the process. So people; if you like to hear Steven Wilson getting down; just for fun; and experimenting without the weight of some concept or band. This is unpretentious Good electronical and acoustical experimentation! 4**** "for daring and keeping the line; excellent "unreleased" work Stars" .

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