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    Posted: April 17 2011 at 10:39
The one man band SENMUTH have a HUGE discography. Please, recommend me their best albums.
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I tend to enjoy his more electronic based albums. Enigmatic Nubian Mask was enjoyable, and I thought Expanding Architecture was decent too. I'd say the best thing to do is pick a few of his albums out at random and decide which of his genres you like the best. Then you can go through his website and look at the genre labelled on each of his albums. That should narrow his discography down quite a bit.
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Thanks! Senmuth have albums with more organic instrumentation?
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Originally posted by tupan tupan wrote:

Thanks! Senmuth have albums with more organic instrumentation?

Eh, kind of. The guitars a usually real, but they always come off as sounding cheesy to me. But usually everything he does has at least an electronic base, and I like that element to be up front.
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Ok. I will check the genres inside the Snmuth website. I will start with the Eps and singles. Cheers!
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I have reviewed more than 50 albums of Senmuth and the ambient electronic side of him is what I prefer.
Some titles:

Planetary Dust
Internal Images
Lotos Prityazhenya
Exouniverse
Path Of Satiam

And the long electronic suite Zekhenu Uaut Setekh


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Originally posted by tupan tupan wrote:

Thanks! Senmuth have albums with more organic instrumentation?
The most ethnic albums feature a lot of ethnic middle-eastern instruments but the base is always electronic.
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