Digital Justice ‎– Theme From: Its All Gone Pearshaped

Genre:
Style:
Year:

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 6 Reviews

Add Review

_hypnodrome_

_hypnodrome_

January 9, 2017
referencing Theme From: Its All Gone Pearshaped, 12", FRG-14
Pure trance. The rest of this comment is for hitting the word requirement.
Asim0v

Asim0v

February 5, 2015
referencing Theme From: Its All Gone Pearshaped, 12", FRG-14

amazing record, unfortunately the mastering is not great, there's a very poor low end on both the copies I've owned which is a shame, with a bit of boost on the eq's you can rectify this to some extent without going into the reds but i do wonder how much more wonderful it'd be if it had that thump, 5 stars for the tunes though. It's definately some of the most beautiful semi ambient music out there
KidJ

KidJ

November 14, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Theme From: Its All Gone Pearshaped, 12", FRG-14

When I heard "Theme From It's All Gone Pear-Shaped" for the first time I was absolutely shocked. The way this piece unifies a complex, entrancing synth line with beautiful theme-like strings creates an ambience of such celestial, numinous beauty that it is near impossible to explain in neutral, objective words what happens to you when you listen to it. It conveys a combined feeling of both euphory and melancholy that personally I associate with the process of dying. One of the best pieces of music I know - so make sure you listen to it in the right moments (only).

The flipside features another fantastic track I had overlooked for a long time until I recently discovered it. Not at all dissimilar to the more melodic, prettier Electro tunes on Underground Resistance, it is an absolute worthy B-side for "Theme From It's All Gone Pear-Shaped" and beautiful and emotional throughout so that you have a second imperative reason to buy this record.
brelson

brelson

September 25, 2002
referencing Theme From: Its All Gone Pearshaped, 12", FRG-14

An absolutely lovely piece of ambient techno. A high level of naked emotional intensity reminds the listener of Derrick May's early works, while the electronic sounds are very contemporary - the filtered, enveloped chords of 1996 techno clubs dominate this record. If you died and went to heaven, "Theme From..." would be the track playing as you ascended the celestial staircase...