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White Noise is an obscure musical project which was born during the late years of the underground psych rock era but deeply influenced by the psych-acoustic researches and early synth experiments. Published in 1968, An electric storm can be appreciated as an unconditional legendary release, delightfully strangey and challenging at the same time. It features the presence of Brian Hodgson and Delia Derbyshire on electronics associated to the work of David Vorhaus. The music admits an intriguing mix of transporting electronic manipulations, propulsive acid rockin' sequences and an important dose of dada-esque improvised fantasies. A real curiosity and a must have for any prog lovers. From 1974, The band integrally became the project of David Vorhaus. Still active until now, David Vorhaus has written electronic sound epic odysseys with a more sci-fi cosmic synth approach (White Noise II /III) compared to the aleatoric-avant-garde space pop of An electric storm (1968).

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4.40 | 15 ratings
An Electric Storm
1969
4.00 | 1 ratings
White Noise 2 - Concerto For Synthesizer
1975
4.00 | 1 ratings
White Noise III - Re-Entry
1980
2.95 | 2 ratings
White Noise IV - Inferno
1989
0.00 | 0 ratings
White Noise V - Sound Mind
2000

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 An Electric Storm  by WHITE NOISE album cover Studio Album, 1969
4.40 | 15 ratings

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An Electric Storm
White Noise Progressive Electronic

Review by Lear'sFool

5 stars In '68, three bands all coincidentally experimented with primitive, self constructed oscillators to create some of the same electronic sounds Stockhausen and friends had been working with since the '40's, and now to be done in the context of popular music. Because of this, only twenty years later we had the first techno. But, more pertinent to us here on PA, we had four great albums cut, and we got Tangerine Dream out of it two years later. And, the third, final, and British one of of the three bands, White Noise, had both the best of the four records of the first pop electronic groups, and perhaps the most influential. Not just EDM and prog electronic sprung from this, but industrial. Side One is Phase In, and features the more warm, gentle, psychedelic side of the band's sound. The music is fun and relaxing, with nice singing and voices of pleasure. The sound is also much smoother than that of the other two bands, Silver Apples and The United States of America. All this changes going to the other side, Phase Out. This is the first industrial, at least six years ahead of its time. The music turns dark, the vocalists start screaming and crying, terrifying sounds come out of nowhere. The two tracks on this side have their comparatively relieving sections, but they are still just off, and a creepy narrator haunts us. There are the chants of a black mass. A man's screams become the cries of a demonic machine. "The Visitation" and "Black Mass" still stand as two of the best pieces of industrial ever put to wax. "An Electric Storm" as a whole, then, is the spring of countless genres and more than a masterpiece in its own right. This makes for a heck of a listen.

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4.40 | 15 ratings

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An Electric Storm
White Noise Progressive Electronic

Review by VOTOMS

5 stars "I use voices a lot too, but not as conventional vocals. I always use a lot of voices, and if somebody having an orgasm in the background is used as part of one of the waveforms, it makes the sound more interesting, without the listener actually knowing what they're hearing." - David Vorhaus, White Noise/The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Another forgotten classic. In this mindblowing, amazing trip from the late 60s, you will open your eyes to the revolutionary electronic (without any synth) music by late members of The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, including Delia Derbyshire, a pionneer and master of the tape manipulation techniques. Brian Hodgson, Delia Derbishire, and David Vorhaus management to create sound effects is superb. These works features Paul Lytton on drums. An Electric Storm has the unique capacity to bother your senses in a relaxing way. Most of the tracks are calm when they are singing. The vocal lines are pretty catchy. But listeners will please the unexpected with the dark atmoshperic unknown presence made by sound textures and emulation of soundbanks. Edited tapes of intruments playing to sound like violins. Noises. Random voices of people laughing, screaming, crying and having sex in the most innapropriate moments.

Side A: Phase-In - The album cames from a totally different root, but eventually fell into the avant-psychedelic territory. You will notice the psychedelia in the very few minutes: Love Without Sound. This first track is a musical mushroom paradise. The noisy intersections makes a contrast with the easy mood and desperate anger. The song is followed by the erotic My Game of Loving, and then, the psychedelic experimental rock Here Comes The Flea, featuring great female vocals, one of my favorite tracks, highly reccomended to Gong and similar artists fans. Firebird is a great track, as well. The A Side is closed with the four minutes proto-shoegaze of Your Hidden Dreams.

Side B: Phase-Out - Here we are, the lenghty track. The Visitation. Twelve minutes of insanity. The track follows a line to play the lyrical part, then distorts them with the brilliant magic of the tape edition method, causing strange vibes between the chorus. The last moments of the album (the lenghty track called The Black Mass: An Electric Storm In Hell) is very similar to some Einstürzende Neubauten records: harsh yells and almost industrial noises. Well, in the case of White Noise, there are corrupted soundwaves seeming drills and jackhammers. This track features a jazzy drum solo and a thriller feeling.

An Electric Storm is a knockdown. This disturbing soft album was ahead of it's time using vintage recording effects by manipulation. Come on and take place in the White Noise obscure trip!

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 White Noise IV - Inferno  by WHITE NOISE album cover Studio Album, 1989
2.95 | 2 ratings

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White Noise IV - Inferno
White Noise Progressive Electronic

Review by Sean Trane
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3 stars 3.5 stars really!!!

By WN's fourth album (released in 89), David Vorhaus was the sole member of the project, and Inferno can be seen as a pure solo album. Armed with an impressive array of experimental synthesizers, including one that looks like a Chapman Stick; since his previous Re-Entry album of the early 80's, Vorhaus had mostly concentrated during the decade on film and advertising music for revenues, but still chose to experiment wildly for his pet-project. While the German-born David Vorhaus is definitely not a household name like his compatriots such as Edgar Froese (Tangerine Dream) or Klaus Schulze, his work is no less excellent despite not being nearly as prolific as the other two electronic wizards. But in some ways, this allowed him not to dilute into lengthy and overstretched new-agey stuff. So we're dealing with an album that is much more interesting than the usual Schulze- Wahnfried stuff.

Although I wouldn't call this album really groundbreaking music either, but Vorhaus used the latest state of the art synths, but like everyone else in those years, he failed to renew the electronic music genre, even if Inferno can sometimes be reminiscent of the excellent early Isao Tomita albums, but recorded some 17 years afterwards. If I mention Tomita's early works, it is precisely because some of the tracks are indeed quite as amazing and adventurous on the harmonies, breaks and counterpoints, like the closing Bringer Od Darkness. Don't get me wrong, not everything on Inferno is of the same barrel, like the cheap-sounding Light Mover, but it's more of a minority than not. While I wouldn't call this album as essential on an overall scale, in its late 80's genre, it's definitely worth remembering it.

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 An Electric Storm  by WHITE NOISE album cover Studio Album, 1969
4.40 | 15 ratings

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An Electric Storm
White Noise Progressive Electronic

Review by Sean Trane
Special Collaborator Prog Folk

4 stars In the world of electronic music, I can hardly think of an album that was so groundbreaking and precocious than White Noise's Electric Storm. Indeed the project joined three incredibly inquisitive and inventive musicians such as German-born Davis Vorhaus, locals Brian Hodgson and Delia Derbyshire, who later were of The BBC Radiophonic Workshop fame. Also a part of the project, jazz drummer Paul Lytton and several vocalists, White Noise cut An Electric Storm in 1968, released on the groundbreaking Island records. Without any proper synthesizer per se, the album relied heavily on complex tape edits and eerie sound effects.

Well AES is not just about electronic loops and effects, but it also relies on a solid dose of goofy British pop weirdo-ism (one that Frank Zappa would've approved of) and a certain sense of minimalism, even if there is plenty of stuff going on simultaneously in the music. Beit pieces like Love Without Sound, My Game Of Loving (don't be fooled by the track names), the electronic loops and tapes are wallpapering the sonic spaces behind far-reaching vocals that can stretch out to sexual moans or nutcase wailings. The madness continues with Here Comes the Fleas and Firebird (nothing to do with Igor) and the quieter Hidden Dreams.

Over the early-Floydish flipside, renamed Phase Out (as opposed to the A-side's Phase In), the madness doesn't stop but changes somewhat from shorter goofy tunes to a more serious experimental sound over two lengthier tracks, opening with the aptly-titled 11-mins Visitation , which sounds like a cosmic storm visiting the confines of your brains. This is clearly the album's centrepiece with the vocals taking on a second role, but remaining poignant enough (there are weeping bouts) to keep you riveted to the edge of your seat. The closing 7-mins Black Mass Electric Storm In Hell could just come out of Floyd's Saucerful Of Ummagumma album, where Lytton's drumming evokes what Nick Mason would do in a few months in Secrets or Setting The Controls Of The Heart Of The Sun. But it's not just about the drumming, there are Waters-ian scream, Wright-ian knob-twiddlings and Barrett-ian lunacy involved.

Well this album should come down like An Electric Storm over the electronic-minded progheads, although the sheer wackiness of the album should please Zappa, Beefheart fans and Moondog or even Terry Riley followers. In either case, passing through AES session should not leave anyone unscathed and should send your sanity up the zaniness ladder all the way up to volume 11.

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