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A M.B. IEHN TALE

Maurizio Bianchi

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4.97 | 3 ratings | 2 reviews | 67% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Aseptic
2. Martyr
3. Biodegradabile
4. Inorganic
5. Electrolyte
6. Hormone
7. Nucleus
8. Tale

Line-up / Musicians

- Maurizio Bianchi / all instruments

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4.97
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(67%)
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
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Review by philippe
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5 stars The previous review provides a very rich summary of "AMB. Iehn Tale" unique world of collage sounds. I won't be more exhaustive but I'll simply stresses the importance of this album in semi-abstract electronic treatments. In his last musical production Bianchi momentarily abandoned his noisy-industrial and shocking horror scores for ultra "visceral" and delicate meditative electronic fragments. Just as Basinski's tapes the result is "unclassifiable": a deluge of intense, emotional and melancholic organic textures built on abrasive, obscured, disintegrated effects. "Biodegradable" features dreamy, unearthly electronic loops; a "petrified", "ecstatic " and "aesthetic" ambient piece. "Inorganic" is a "tragic", "strange" haunting piece based on plaintive electronic sounds put together in superposed, almost non distinct voices. "Hormone" is a cloudy and oxidized world of sounds which hide a subtle melancholic organ melody in the background. "Tale" is the most representative piece with decayed, mystified, plaintive electronic melodies and stormy collage sounds. An absolutely lovely and disturbing effort! A magnificent work touched by the "sublime". One of my all time favourite albums. Similar desintegrate drones & fragile musical experience in "M.I. Nheem Alysm".

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5 stars The brand new release of Maurizio Bianchi (M.B.). Similar to his early experimental bionic - industrial masterpiece like "The Plain Truth", "Armaghedon", "Endometrio" and "Carcinosi", this album presents eight decomposed tracks with slow, obscure and meditative music... Cold atmospheres and reve ... (read more)

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