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3.51 | 46 ratings

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2 stars An entirely unremarkable album. This Ibliss recording is entirely instrumental with quite a lot of flute and repetition of bass. Comparable in some ways with Embryo, Kollektiv and Brainstorm, but far softer and less imaginitave.

'Supernova' is quite a laid back affair - with lots of percussion and tunes that sound 'of their time' and wouldn't sound too out of place on an episode of 'The Goodies' (70's UK situation comedy)

This album is nothing special, nothing startling appears out of the blue. The only thing to make me smile was looking at the photograph of the band on the cd notes. Jeez! - I used to have school teachers that looked like that! Unfortunately, there's not too much to get worked up about here. A mostly run of the mill affair, but pleasant enough but not deserving of three stars and entirely forgettable.

Dobermensch | 2/5 |


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