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While there is still plenty of sprawling wall-of-sound rock, the mix is tighter and the song structures more focused.
For someone that far into the game like Dan, his album, "The Milk of Human Kindness", triumphantly cooks; as this newly treasured genre really picks up.
Full of unusual sounds and psychedelic undertones with some heartbreaking moments of music combined with real funky beats, man.
Really a great and unique album.
My bent is largely older music; sixties/seventies stuff.
But when I gravitate towards electronica, I often fall faster for it when it's... Read more
Organic electronica focusing more on instrumentation and composition doesn't sound as awkward as when FSOL went all Isness but unfortunately feels too indulgent to... Read more
People hear the word "electronica" and who-knows-what materializes in their minds. The genre (just like it's name) is so indefinable as to make naming it an exercise in anonymous... Read morePublished on April 2, 2007 by Mark Eremite
I love this album it has two different vibes 1st is more rock driven acid jazz the second is hip hop with some orchestral classical but the whole album is steaming hot i knew to... Read morePublished on March 31, 2006 by Stephen Finkin
Somehow, an album this great can be surpassed in the live show. This album illustrates a skilled use of harmony and counterpoint ... each tone carefully interweaves with another. Read morePublished on January 13, 2006 by GB
Oh yeah..music is playing, isn't it?
I put on this album to listen to it again so I could write a review, then my mind started wandering. Read more