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DEUS EX MACHINA

Tranquillity

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Number Of The Beast (11:51)
2. Intrinsic (7:44)
3. Straight To The Void (14:02)
4. The Logic Of Love (9:58)
5. Diary Of A Workman (12:59)

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Line-up / Musicians

- Frank Makowski / All electronics & effects

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3 stars Deus Ex Machina mostly sounds like a more modern, improved, and less cheesy version of '80s Tangerine Dream. Most of these tracks have high energy and a propulsive beat that really moves the album along wonderfully. Though Tranquillity doesn't cover any new ground with Deus Ex Machina, this album is a great reminder of what progressive electronic artists were doing in the '80s while he also is able to add his own touch of slight improvement over that era's brand of music. The material on this album is a mixture of space music and 4/4 disco music, and some of this music really wouldn't be too out of place in a retro dance club.

This music isn't new, nor is it incredibly wonderful. Nothing really sets this album apart from any of the other similar albums created by other artists who've done this type of material better. Deus Ex Machina, to me, serves as more of a nostalgia-type album rather than an attempt to be innovative and interesting, and it pulls that off quite well.

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