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The album sounds more like a collection of EPs than an album..which of course, it is.
Dolby is a brilliant songwriter and musician, often blending many styles of music seamlessly into a tapestry of storytelling genius.
I loved this song so much that during my first listen to the CD I had to listen to this track a 2nd time before moving on.
Another adventurous undertaking by this musical, technological wizard. A variety of styles represented including a "brand new mash of bluegrass and techno" in Toadlickers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael D Sprowles
I have been listening to "Map" for a while through streaming media and it dawned on me that I didn't own a copy, which was unacceptable. Always a master storyteller, Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andree G. Robinson Neal
Thomas Dolby is an amazing enigma!! So wonderful to see this release after 20 years of inactivity ... and so much well worth the wait, people!! Read morePublished 4 months ago by PMFPS
When a story is written there is the start of a journey and an ending. Thomas Dolby takes you through the "Floating City", a city full of love and dreams in a very careful... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Morgan J. Hall
I recently stumbled upon this album here on Amazon, having no idea that Thomas Dolby had finally put a new album out, almost 20 years after "Astronauts and Heretics". Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bice
Thank you Mr Dolby. You have made good on your brilliant reputation with this release. I hope it pleases you like it does your admirers. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jayeff Vee
I'm a long time fan of Thomas Dolby, this isn't has best work though some of it was interesting. The album isn't a total loss, it isn't horrible, just that he has done better.Published 20 months ago by Michael M. Minor
This is a fascinating CD from a versatile artist. In some ways it's classic Thomas Dolby, but as usual there are surprises. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Tracey A. DeLillo