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Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DVNT 5 CD, dvnt5cd Node Node(CD, Album) Deviant Records, Deviant Records DVNT 5 CD, dvnt5cd UK 1995 Sell This Version
DVNT05LP Node Node(2xLP, Album) Deviant Records DVNT05LP UK 1995 Sell This Version
dvnt5mc Node Node(Cass, Album) Deviant Records dvnt5mc UK 1995 Sell This Version


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October 6, 2018
referencing Node, CD, Album, DVNT 5 CD, dvnt5cd
Very good music. experimental.Avant gardiste. The best. NODE 2 est genial aussi.


September 26, 2014
referencing Node, CD, Album, DVNT 5 CD, dvnt5cd
nice ambient.
Recommended for listeners who are familiar with this style.


May 7, 2003
referencing Node, CD, Album, DVNT 5 CD, dvnt5cd

Like a lost Tangerine Dream album, only better. Dave Bessell, Gary Stout, Ed Buller, and Flood (who's produced U2 and Nine Inch Nails) cling tightly to their vintage keyboards and make them click, howl, sweep, and pulse with nothing less than exploratory genius. Node delivers all the trimmings of a classic electronic album circa mid-'70s, but lets it ripen for ten extra years. This 1995 release embraces the psychedelic style (right down to the rise-and-fall song structure) with youthful energy, and stays loyal to its roots by using only yesteryear's analog equipment. Furthermore (and to their credit), the album was recorded live, direct to stereo with no overdubs or additional studio trickery. It's as if they played by yesterday's rules in order to win the game (and they do). This is pure, uncut electronic music -- a welcome addition for the collectors, and a real discovery for those curious about the genre. Brush the dust off your lava lamp, put on your headphones, and go with the flow. For listeners who know this style of music well, Node is a tough act to follow. -- Glenn Swan