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5.0 out of 5 stars Justin K. Broadrick where do you come from?, June 2, 2006
This review is from: Final3 (Audio CD)
This album is just another testament to Justin's ability to be so versatile. I have Final One and 2, and 3 just capitalizes on both. This time he explores with more with instruments. This is great music for me, this ambient wave of beauty gives me a wide range of options to use in my student videos. Highly recommend to those who dabble in all sorts of music. Let this be your first ambient album. But a warning to those who expect this to be any form of pop music, this is for those who are patient with music and enjoy the journey through it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Crazy Justin Broadrick sounds, October 24, 2013
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This review is from: Final3 (Audio CD)
This is a neat little double album of ambient noise and sounds. Some of them are near-Godflesh in a "Pure II" sense, or like Jesu soundscapes, without a shred of percussion. Occasionally you get what sounds like keyboard (who knows what it really is). The most Godflesh-like songs are the first, "the light orchestra" and the last "northpole." Some songs are jittery, others are totally drone-ish from start to end. Only two songs go over ten minutes in length. It's a nice album to play while you're reading or doing something that needs a bit of white noise in the background. It's noise, pure and simple, but ambient noise. Some songs are spacescapes, like "hollow", and I suppose some songs like "golden" involve some sorts of backwards-recording studio play. "sorry" is totally warped apart, while "not real" is very zen. "long lost" sounds like piano pluckings, sorta, while "not real 2" is very thick and highly sludgy. "trees" actually has multiple layers - I can hear a bass, and maybe two keyboards! The full 17 minutes of "northpole" are highly impressive in their sinisterness, and the fact that it seems like an actual, real song! Love it all, but I don't think that I could listen to it all the time either...

The 8-page booklet contains seven pages of bleak black-and-white abstract photographs, and one page of song titles and songwriting credits.
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