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Robert Fripp


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3.51 | 14 ratings

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2 stars The best way to get into Fripp soundscapes is here.

This EP contains segments of songs and short songs that are in the previous soundscape albums so if you have some previous albums you don't really need this but for people that are new to Fripp's soundscapes and wan't to know what a soundscape actually is then get this. The songs are like a door to different dimentions. Once you start with the first song, Pie Jesu, you'll open the door to a new world (indeed this is very relaxing music and very thought provoking too). They are all really moody and space sounding songs that have more in common with ambient than rock.

There's really not much to say about this EP. If you want to get into what Fripp whas doing in the 90's or if the name "soundscapes" makes you curious then go get this ep.

P.S. The best way to listen to this is in the night, all lights turned off and with headphones.

chamberry | 2/5 |


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