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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Thou Didst Sleep As A Mortal Man (9:41)
2. How Little We Learnt In 200 Years (7:08)
3. Walk On The Other Ise (8:26)
4. Blood Of A Lamb (6:01)

Line-up / Musicians

- Arzathon / Performer

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Label : Rodent Tapes


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Review by admireArt
4 stars A natural transition between primitive roots and sophisticated electronics.

Not only does this release, 2006, "Disorder of Thinking" by Arzathon (Ralf Bevis, born in Sweden), continues and simplifies many prog electronic, eclectic, folk, RiO, Krautrock and crossover musician's ambitions to blend synths with kalimbas, electric guitars with crickets' chirping, white noise with gutural heartfelt ethnic voices and drum boxes with log drums, it makes everything work out as if it was the natural order of things. His skill and knowledge of these foreign influences makes him able to transmute these to become an authentic mean of musical expression therefore language.

As if pre-planned such an endeavor is explosive yet Arzathon keeps himself from unnecessary antics and focuses entirely on his personal way of structuring this jigsaw puzzle to create a perfect balance between both worlds.

Daring yet unpretentious, extremely attractive without being condescending or fashionable nor "spectacular". This is a memorable and highly recommendable addition to this P/E section and without doubt to your Prog collection.

****4.5 PA stars.

P.D. Closer to Krautrock and modern electronics in styling than "cosmic" electronics.

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