Polar ‎– Still Moving



Bipolar Suns 5:57
Backlight 6:01
Inside The Plot 6:09
Nascent Dream 4:56
Near The Horizon 5:25
White Walls 3:52
The White Chambers 6:10
Still Moving 7:09
Red Triangles 6:53
Ill-Formed 5:42
Nightwatch 5:53
5am 6:17

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
cert18 cd013 Polar Still Moving(CD, Album) Certificate 18 cert18 cd013 UK 2001 Sell This Version
cert18 lp013 Polar Still Moving(3x12", Album) Certificate 18 cert18 lp013 UK 2001 Sell This Version
Cert18CD013 Polar Still Moving(CD, Album, Promo) Certificate 18 Cert18CD013 UK 2001 Sell This Version


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November 16, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Still Moving, 3x12", Album, cert18 lp013
Track D2 Samples Johnny Depp Playing Gonzo Writer Hunter S. Thompson's Cult Classic Film Fear And In Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey To The Heart Of The American Dream, The Best Chronicle Of Drug-Soaked, Addle - Brained, Good Times Ever To Be Printed From 1971

They Gave Me L.S.D
I Don't Know What They Done To Me, But I Remember It Was Horrible ..
They Gave Me The LSD...


August 29, 2016
referencing Still Moving, 3x12", Album, cert18 lp013

should be called still chillin' .... very nice album to hear, very good pressing 5*


March 17, 2006
edited over 15 years ago
referencing Still Moving, CD, Album, cert18 cd013

On his second album, STILL MOVING, Polar is still chill, but this time moves into sci-fi territory. The strange tones and disembodied voices on “Backlight” sound like a haunted space station, especially with that Vincent Price chuckle in there. The heavy drag of “Ill-Formed” sound similarly futuristic. But there are a few moments of warmth that seep through: the harmonic tones and fiddle of “Inside the Plot,” for instance, or the music box tinkling of “White Walls,” even as a freaky snippet from “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” bridges it and its companion track, “The White Chambers.” The title track certainly does keep things moving at a quick clip, and “Red Triangles” maintains the melodic tip. There are less exciting moments too, like the cliché drug-related samples on “Nascent Dream,” but the double dark dose of “Nightwatch” and “5AM” pull things through at the end. Still moving isn’t quite right, since Polar hasn’t stopped.