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3.53 | 15 ratings

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4 stars Psychedelic/Space Rock, Progressive Electronic/Prog and "Electronic/Ambient" followers, this "essential" work, survives in "nowhere land", considering its excellence. An anonymous collaboration between Robert Fripp, David Singleton (engineer), Kris Weston, Thomas Fehlmann,( the electronic/ambient wizardry of "The Orb"), combined in a perfect blend of well structured compositions (even in their apparent experimentations). The real treat is how well this Electronic/Psychedelic "trip" developes, without never losing focus, it grows richer, which is something that rarely happens, in this kind of projects. The Orb's touch is unmistakable, their sonic environments, are those (of the new "breed" of composers) which are recognizable at first listening, Mr Fripp's "sound" a million miles away, what else could not work out. Good, experimental collaborations, enhanced by completely structured music langauges and performance, in a highly intense and "intrumental" Electronic/Psychedelic environment. Really? What else could you ask for? Nothing else is needed with this kind of talents, maybe only, a FFWD, second project. For now, ****4 "essential" PA stars.
admireArt | 4/5 |


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