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Tracklist

Outland9:47
Alien Intruder8:27
New Horizons10:30
Door To The Other Side11:14
Hemisphere10:06
Submerged7:10
Floatation8:36

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    Cleopatra – CLEO 9505-2US1995US1995

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    Zoth Ommog – CD ZOT 131Germany1995Germany1995
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    • Ninja6485's avatar
      Ninja6485
      This is a great album, although the only downside is just how many samples it contains that were used by other artists; most notably by the Future Sound of London / Amorphous Androgynous. As the album nears the halfway mark, almost every song until the end of the album contains a very distinctive sample from FSOL. Now, using a sample or two that FSOL have used in and of itself is not necessarily a bad thing. It's just when it's done to this extent, it begins to detract from the work. Woob, being friends with at least one member of FSOL, uses the same source material at times, but does so in a way that doesn't detract from the music itself, so it can be done. Otherwise, this album has a nice EBM / early techno sound to some of the tracks that really stands out and works well. It's certainly worth picking up, but just be aware that you're in for some déjà vu.
      • Memnon's avatar
        Memnon
        Interesting sound, more ambient and experimental than industrial! Track 3 New Horizons sounds very much alike Dead Can Dance - Yulunga, but its good! Great work here! 5/5
        • OUTERNATIONAL8's avatar
          Edited 17 years ago
          If ever there was an album that sounded like the score to a sci-fi movie, that in fact had never been made, then this is it. Replete with sci-fi sound effects, not to mention song titles you'd expect to see on a sci-fi soundtrack, Embody is a dark and brooding experience that draws you in from the very outset.
          I don't think I'm going out on a limb by saying the themes here were more than likely inspired by a certain blockbuster sc-fi movie from the early 80s. Oh yes, and employing the use of the name R.Deckard as song composer more than suggests Bill Leeb's & Rhys Fulber's admiration for unsaid film... Which movie? You do the math!

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