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3.00 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1 (45:23)
1. Delirium Dancer (10:22)
2. Inch The Speed (3:58)
3. Enter The Velvet Tunnel (8:24)
4. Die Maraton Männer (13:16)
5. Hugo Burns The Harmony Hunt (5:18)
6. Short Rocker (4:05)

Disc 2 (48:13)
7. Hammoon (5:44)
8. I Dream, For, I'm Not (5:08)
9. Lovemanco (11:13)
10. Deprotronic (10:05)
11. Nebeleben (16:03)

Total time 93:36

Line-up / Musicians

- Marcel Meyer / guitar, Hammond, Moog
- Urs Meyer / guitar, Rhodes, bass Rhodes, Theremin, claves, tambourine
- Serge Olar / drums, djembe, bongo, chimes, clave, shaker, melodiebox

- Bili Gossweiler / Moog (9)
- Eva Kuhn /cello (8)

Releases information

Artwork: FSM, Hügo, Nadine

2x LP Liberated Brother Prod. ‎- LB001 (1998, Switzerland)

2xCD Liberated Brother Prod. ‎- LB002 (1998, Switzerland)

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Review by The Truth
COLLABORATOR Post/Math Rock Team
3 stars Soundtrack to an Individual Emotion Picture Mindmovie. Now that is a post-rock album title. And this album is definitely some good post-rock but not the Leech I truly love.

Leech's debut came nearly a decade before their most recent two records The Stolen View and If We Get There One Day... which are some of the best records the post-rock genre has ever seen in the last six years. This album is not the same as those albums as the gap in time might imply but it is by no means a bad record, it's the same intense song structures just much more raw in nature and not as polished.

That's the main reason this record gets three stars, the raw sound that doesn't exactly compliment the music AND this is a double album worth of material. Give me a double album's worth of The Stolen View and If We Get There One Day, Will You Please Open Up the Gates? and I'll be completely satisfied. Ecstatic even.

This record, however, is full of good material even though it is at times borderline bland and is not where you should start listen to Leech. It's still a nice record, simply said.

3 stars without hesitation.

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