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2.54 | 3 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Пробуждение / Воссоздание
02. Система Иллюзий
03. Сдвиг Эпох
04. Contextual Illusions
05. Единый Момент
06. Идентификация
07. Это Всё Твоё
08. Забытая История Земли
09. Многомерная Реальность
10. Аспект Познания
11. Los Cambios Planetarios

Total Time 48:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Senmuth / Guitars, Programming, Vocal

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self released

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Review by Conor Fynes
2 stars 'Rezonans' - Senmuth (4/10)

Releasing about ten albums on average per year, the Russian artist Senmuth cannot be blamed for having a few slumps in what is otherwise a relatively steady string of mildly interesting releases. While each album may have had a personal identity of it's own when Senmuth first started as a project in 2004/05, there seems to be a growing tendency not to dish out fresh ideas, but to recycle old ones and rehash them for all they're worth. While Senmuth would certainly return to releasing higher grade albums, a brief period where he has released poorer albums such as this and 'Calendar Complex' seems to be evident. As an album on it's own, 'Rezonans' is a call back to the dance industrial sound, but generally fails to have the same consistency as past albums of the same sound.

In my eyes, this album feels like a vocal sequel to 'Calendar Complex;' a regression of sound coupled by a merging of many different Senmuth styles. Here, you can hear aspects of his ethnic and ambient work, all under the banner of his energetic electronic work. If anything, 'Rezonans' can be noteworthy for bringing vocal work back into the focus of Senmuth's music, his voice however still lacks the melody or power to really commend it. As always, the production here is quite surprisingly well-executed for what can be called an indie release. A few moments (especially sections concerning female vocal sampling, which is actually done quite well in 'Rezonans') do show promise and even trump alot of the material on past albums. The only track that really catches my ear here however is 'Многомерная Реальность,' but it arguably stands as being one of the best tracks Senmuth has fashioned over the past few albums.

While there are a few redeeming moments here, I cannot recommend this album as highly as some of the others, as it really lacks the consistency and sense of ambitious experimentation I would hope to find with a good Senmuth album.

Review by octopus-4
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR RIO/Avant/Zeuhl,Neo & Post/Math Teams
3 stars The darkness of the acoustic guitar in the first minute of the opening track let's intend that this album is quite different from the long series of ethnic-ambient albums based on the egyptian stuff. The crescendo of noise brings us quickly into the old industrial metal of the first albums of Senmuth.

There is the usual distortion kit, the rhythms good for a rave party, and Valery's distorted voice as in Cognitive Discord or better as in "No More Sense", that's one of the darkest albums that he has released. Annie Red Hat is uncredited but I think to have heard her voice here and there.

I can say that after so much ambient, sometimes very good as on "Planetary Dust" I'm pleased to hear some of the old metal even if Senmuth appears to be more original and interesting on the ambient side.

All the tracks are quite similar and there's a sort of continuity between them even though they don't fade one into the other.

The exception is "Многомерная Реальность" that Google says means "Multidimensional Reality". This song is halfway the ambient and the metal sides of Senmuth and is the only track on this album that's really worth to remember.

All the rest is average stuff so it means that the rating is close to 3 stars and I round it up also because it's downloadable for free and if you don't like it only some of your time is at risk, not your money.

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