Muslimgauze ‎– Untitled

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gg14 Muslimgauze Untitled(CD, Album, Ltd) Klanggalerie gg14 Austria 2000 Sell This Version
aquarel 46-19 b Muslimgauze Untitled(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, S/Edition) Aquarellist aquarel 46-19 b Russia 2019 Sell This Version
aquarel 46-19 Muslimgauze Untitled(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Aquarellist aquarel 46-19 Russia 2019 Sell This Version

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emptycyb1

emptycyb1

September 6, 2018
edited 4 months ago
referencing Untitled, CD, Album, Ltd, gg14
I would pay good money for a 2XLP of this.
In my opinion his absolute best albume ever, even better than Mullah Said.
Said_Head

Said_Head

October 30, 2009
referencing Untitled, CD, Album, Ltd, gg14

This is one of my favorite early 90's albums by Muslimgauze (however long it took to actually get released in full). The tracks function more as a whole; much like the album's artwork (which perfectly suits it in my opinion) the album is repitive, very grey and inorganic, that might in one instant seem dull but really pulls you into the synthesized moodiness.

It's really not very similar to the bulk of Muslimgauze music, as the music is not derived primarily from samples, definitely more electronic in nature. It isn't without any samples, however, as Bryn used a number of spoken pieces and other noises which texturize throughout (honestly though I wouldn't like this album nearly as much if it were not for the sampling).

Overall it is a nice album, with excellent flow that you can easily dive into, but on the surface it's a little bland, as nearly every track is very similar, and while Muslimgauze does have a number of trademark ideals in his music, this is one that feels just a little too repetitive in that respect. Most tracks really don't stray from electronic drum patterns, keyboards, and samples, and little variation among them; then again, that clearly was what he was going for, and considering the mood you're in that could be exactly what you want.

It really is best to take the entire album in as one performance; maybe the entire album should've been a single track, it would've have a clearer impact on me at least.