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Anubian Lights

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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Introduction (0:16
2. What a Bagdad Had (5:08)
3. Smoke and Mirrors (4:04)
4. In Flight (1:31)
5. Out Flight (4:46)
6. Epsilon (6:19)
7. Dreamstate in the Mainframe (3:50)
8. Micronite (4:54)
9. Hot Sand (4:37)
10. Starvox (5:12)
11. Lazytown (7:05)
12. The 3-Step Formula (6:01)
13. Smoothing Out the Curve (4:48)
14. Outer Space Music (12:14)

Total Time: 70:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Paul Fox / SH-101
- Len del Rio / synthesizer, programming, loops
- Tommy Grenas / synthesizer, drums, guitar (bass), vocals, electronic sounds, loops

Releases information

CD Crippled Dick Hot Wax 27601 / LP Crippled Dick Hot Wax 27601

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ANUBIAN LIGHTS Naz Bar ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (33%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (33%)

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Review by hdfisch
1 stars I was checking out this band because I'm a curious guy and since they are listed under Space Rock which I usually like I was thinking it could be something decent. But what a disappointment after listening to it. During the first spin I couldn't find anything interesting for me and put it aside (in a more or less "crap folder" on my harddisc). After some time I remembered it and gave it a second chance. And still the same impression as before. A sort of more sophisticated techno music mainly done on digital instruments. Actually guitar, bass and drums listed in the line-up are hardly evident. At times they mix the techno loops with Latin American dance music like Mambo, very often there are hypnotic spoken vocals, but anything that could hit a progster's attraction. Really far far away from the good bands in this sub-genre like Ozric Tentacles, Pink Floyd or Porcupine Tree. I would say only interesting for Techno freaks who are looking for a bit more sophisticated dance music. No way for more than one star!

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