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posted a comment on Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 7. over 2 years ago
KS remains a constructive entity and with the exception of LVE15 this series stops offering the essential bulk quality here. This is a massive disappointment. It all gets a bit outtakes, random noodling, the overall vision of whatever KS was aiming at ... See full review
posted a comment on The Dark Side Of The Moog - The Dark Side Of The Moog 5. over 3 years ago
There are some in the series more Techno than others. I like my KS & Namlook to come in hums and heart beats.
DSOTM 3 (III) DSOTM 9 (IX) DSOTM 5 (V) put me in the more Kontinnuum state of mind
posted a review of Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 15. over 3 years ago
This one is like the Ballet series /Virtual Outback, so comes highly recommended.
posted a review of Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 5. over 3 years ago
This is like Timewind. So highly recommended.
posted a review of Drunjus - Enceladus. over 5 years ago
By far the best thing thats happened to me this January.
posted a comment on Crimson Rainbow Facility - Unknown Strains. over 5 years ago
If you are reading this stop & just buy it. awesome packaging, the tones within are atmospheric journeying in between the diodes of some ancient heath robinson grundig reel to reel recording equipment.
Theres not much thats good about 3am in the morning ... See full review
posted a review of Staplerfahrer - Burying Lamps In The Deep Solitude. over 5 years ago
the sound of tempered steel on a molecular level
posted a comment on 'kirchenkampf' - Well Of Souls. over 5 years ago
This one is great. I'd recommend this, the Implict Order release & Babel, like being cast adrift into space without so much as worms to eat your lonely soul.
posted a comment on Klaus Schulze, Manuel Goettsching*, Jerry Berkers, Juergen Dollase*, Harald Grosskopf, Hartmut Enke, Walter Westrupp & Walter Wegmüller - Starring In Tarot. over 5 years ago
For money well spent stick with the Cosmic Jokers, or Deuter "D" or the first Agitation Free album here you'll hear plenty of uncompromised unique music, but theres just too much filler here, a bit emperor's new clothes... speaking of which The Emperor ... See full review
posted a comment on Phil Mouldycliff & Colin Potter - Trajectories. over 5 years ago
if you use a mobile phone for remaining in contacting with other people - you'll get this CD and relish the wealth it contains. if you carry a mobile phone to broadcast how terrific your life is going you probably won't like this cd.
posted a comment on Max Bellancourt - Mind Forest. over 5 years ago
A recording capable of putting you into a place you only have a fleeting memory of. just by thinking a little harder - you'll feel the temperature dull & dampen, smell the cold air and you're in!
posted a comment on Various - Concentric Spaces Vol 2. over 6 years ago
this is 8/10
posted a comment on Ourson - Eth. over 6 years ago
. A subtle shimmering giant of sound...i like this.
Then theres some strumming on a guitar .. and i thought "god No!" .. but then it got good again... ... ..exceptionally good!
Theres this threatening menace coming up slowly behind the guitar like the ... See full review
posted a comment on Aun (2) - Black Pyramid. over 6 years ago
Thanks for the heads up
posted a comment on Bjerga / Iversen - Same River Twice. over 6 years ago
a cloudy sleeping bag of contentment humming with intermittent pipsqueaks...

posted a comment on Tim Hecker - Harmony In Ultraviolet. over 6 years ago
proves nothing
posted a comment on Andrew Liles - Ouarda (The Subtle Art Of Phyllorhodomancy). over 6 years ago
Bloody awesome album & great review, couldn't agree more.
posted a comment on Ad Lux Tenebrae - Sketches From That Autumn. over 6 years ago
PDO disc rot
posted a review of Plurals - Six Eyes. over 7 years ago
Hot Dang - i can't stop playing this.
we're setting out on a journey along a dusty highway into death valley or some such hellpit, a place into which noone or thing has been for a millenia. Nothing much ever happened here & what ever did occur echoes ... See full review
posted a review of Mirror - Still Valley. over 7 years ago
Like some prospector guided only by failing eyesite & faulty hearing i search for a route off this world onto any other & then i stumble upon Mirror.
This album sounds like a busier version of NWW's Soliloquy For Lilith.
Still Valley is ... See full review
posted a review of Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer. over 7 years ago
At first glance this might appear to be the slightly less attractive sister of Encore. However this is a great album, only thing wrong with this is that the tracks are shorter than i'd like .. otherwise well worth a gander - also a cheap purchase.
posted a review of Kawabata Makoto* - Inui • 2. over 7 years ago
When you are presented with this album you are given a key to step from this world into any nether world of your choosing. At purchase its just a shiny plastic disc... until your mind gets hold of it & within a couple of plays you'll wonder what ever ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - AngelicA 1997. over 7 years ago
RE: House Of Discipline live in Bologna there is certainly a 24/30 minute recording out there!
posted a comment on Tom Waits - The Black Rider. over 7 years ago
Whatever Waits' take, the elements remain the same, humans are broken machines searching to make some sense out of a cruel world containing plenty of suffering and madness, no money, little food with any escape found through drink and fairground women ... See full review
posted a review of Tim Hecker - Harmony In Ultraviolet. over 7 years ago
if this is his best yet.. god help me. what a complete disappointment this was, with all the reviews & build up given ..talk about over exposure on a one trick pony... was going to buy "ain' talkin''bout love" cause i've a closet affection for Dave Lee ... See full review
posted a comment on The Beatles - The Beatles. over 7 years ago
The most overrated band of all time but Tomorrow Never Knows.
posted a review of Kawabata Makoto* - Inui.4. over 7 years ago
Best played through headphonic tackle when theres none else about. RYO. Theres a hum, a dull throbb like a weird dog whistle you are only half aware of, this noise introduces the album & goes on for almost the whole trip, when it cuts out its like being ... See full review
posted a comment on Boredoms - Soul Discharge & Early Boredoms. over 7 years ago
This album contains the greatest song title of all time
Tin Turner Pussy Badsmell
posted a review of David Coverdale - Northwinds. over 7 years ago

i sold this release for £3 to my mate Martyn who added it to an enormous arsanel of seduction tools, which included a bookscase full of Jane Austin novels & a poster of a puppy.
posted a comment on The Dark Side Of The Moog Featuring Bill Laswell - The Dark Side Of The Moog V. over 7 years ago
DSOTM is a varied compendium of tricks. Some I like more than others, try Evolution of the dark side of the moog as a sample to experience just how varied that tableau
posted a review of Fantômas - The Director's Cut. over 7 years ago
This album is beautifully glossy, polished to perfection horrock.
Old movie scores give the John Zorn treatment.
6/July/2001 & 28/November/2000 to hear different lyrics, works in progress much of what would go onto this album. 25/7/2000 Viva German TV ... See full review
posted a review of Kawabata Makoto* - Hosanna Mantra. over 7 years ago
As far as i can tell, this title has nothing to do with Popol Vuh's album of the same name.
This is like the night you drank bong water at a house party & remained pinned to the floor whilst the world continued to turn without you. But in a good way. ... See full review
posted a review of Kawabata Makoto* - I'm In Your Inner Most. over 7 years ago
The Man from Mu does Terry Riley, but better. Although this is my least favourite Makoto cd it runs around my head when least expected. highly addictive tunes. This is almost a duplicate of Riley's A Rainbow In Curved Air, i don't think Makoto would mind ... See full review
posted a comment on AC/DC - Back In Black. over 7 years ago
& Uncredited Bon Scott might have helped write this one.
Landmark album, one of only a handful, which could be described as genre defining. Remembering clearly the excitement of opening the shrink wrap around this vinyl for the first time, and its ... See full review
posted a review of Tangerine Dream - The Bootleg Box Set Vol. 1. over 7 years ago
My knowledge of Tangerine Dream is limited, although i've listened to them since before my birth & as an uncool teenager. Many reviews, (nothing more than a subjective opinion), don't get airtime cause those individuals with complete record collections ... See full review
posted a comment on Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso UFO - The Penultimate Galactic Bordello Also The World You Made. over 7 years ago
The Stand out feature for me in here is disc 4 The Holly Mountain in The Counter Clock Work World - drone heavy like the judderman come for a visit, all of it slow & rusty. Two opposing vortex pull you into a forest floor. Worth getting just for this ... See full review
posted a review of Klaus Schulze - Irrlicht. over 7 years ago
This album has seen me through some harsh times and some high times too.
For my money this & Blackdance remain my favourites.
I've played both these albums until they wore out, then the tdk tapes wore out,then the CDs got remastered & expanded & I ... See full review
posted a review of Kawabata Makoto* - Infinite Love. over 7 years ago
Makoto Kawabata's delicate mind treatment rather like Coil's "Time Machines"
Played at night or early morning & things reshape.
Subtle, _ like an audio version of a "dimmer" switch within your head - these sounds are strong sedatives which should,(& ... See full review
posted a review of Zodiac Mindwarp And The Love Reaction - Tattooed Beat Messiah. over 7 years ago
..Cash Blazing Behind Mad Eyes...
Round 1986 you couldn't see a better rock n roll swindle.
Amazing live act, ..i was a repeat offender, time after sodding time.
trouble is.. time moves pretty fast,.. young children can actually play their ... See full review
posted a review of Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 1. over 7 years ago
Risking sounding slightly ungrateful - the tracks added to the reissues of Blackdance, Irrlicht & Cyborg do nothing for the original albums.
If you love these three albums, as i do, then the above release is the best thing to happen since i discovered ... See full review
posted a review of Faith No More - Phoenix Rising. over 7 years ago
IMHO - This is Showtime (Sheffield Arena UK December 1992) & Phoenix Rising (1993), are just about the best "official" boots available to buy. This Long Marston Airfield performance is "partially" available on youtube. Touted by the music press at the ... See full review
posted a review of Procyon-x - The Ghost Of Orion. over 7 years ago
Recommended to anyone who likes Klaus Schulze. Sleep Research Facility (Nostromo), & Lustmord's The Place Where The BlackStars Hang.
posted a comment on Faith No More - Overloaded. over 7 years ago
Cassette version includes the Sabbath classic WARM Pigs
posted a comment on Tangerine Dream - Zeit. over 7 years ago
Life changing drones direct from the outer reaches of space
posted a comment on Ozric Tentacles. over 8 years ago
i recently found a box of cds i'd forgotten i had, - its contents included Live Underslunky & Jurassic Shift.. i played 'em & got to thinking about Ozrics & going to see Hawkwind in december 1987, - what i wanted to say here was these guys opened up a ... See full review
posted a comment on Kawabata Makoto* - Farewell Kiss After Rain. over 8 years ago
Fault on this CDR? second track not playing #17
posted a comment on La Monte Young - The Second Dream Of The High Tension Line Stepdown Transformer From The Four Dreams Of China. over 8 years ago
.. is this any good anyhow?