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  • Audio CD (July 11, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: SMALL STONE RECORDS
  • ASIN: B00001P4SU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #356,660 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By kabalabonga on January 6, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Mixing a heavily burbling bassline, waves of searing, psychedelic guitar licks, and intricate percussion all playing lead together was Perplexa's own unique signature stamped upon the cuts produced for their first two recordings , their heavily-amplified eponymous debut and their more subdued but no less fascinating sophomore release "This Glorious Forward". Perplexa retains the bass as melodic pathfinder and polyrhymic drumwork as its complement, but dialed the aggressive dynamic of Rob Schurgin's guitar work down even further on this recording (perhaps due to having to assume Jenny Schmid's role as bass player?). Instead, "The Sun And The Moon Getting It On" jettisons heavy amplitude, replacing it on several cuts with stringed and woodwind instruments. If "Perplexa" was frantic and "This Glorious Forward" a refinement of that initial level of frenzy, than this CD is where they've chosen to adopt a mellower, more organic approach to structuring their music while still retaining the dense texture of interlocking grooves characterizing its predecessors. Nothing as defintively muscular as "Moravia" is contained on this CD, or as sinous in its organic flow as "Shuffle", but it's still a release that deserves to be listened to with attentiveness.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tyler Huff on October 1, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The name of the album is actually quite a great way to sum up what it feels like. Its a mix of two different parallel universes going back and forth from one to another, and they definitely collide more than just a few times. This album can bring you to such a state of relaxation to the point of feeling hypnotized, but then within the next few songs bringing you to the feeling of absolute intensity. I had the privilege of meeting one of the band members, quite a cool and generous guy because he gave me a copy of the cd, but the best advice I can give to anyone who is reading this is that you must purchase it because out of the 500 to 600 cds in my collection, Perplexa is one of the best that I will ever have in this lifetime. I also got to catch some of the upcoming music for their next album, and as good as this one is, I cant believe how much it seems it will be put to shame, Their music is sheer brilliance, and I can honestly say to anyone, no matter how critical or how close minded you are, even people who despise rock will have something good to say about Perplexa when its all said and done.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Otis Hendershott on June 13, 2004
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For those uninitiates...there is a world of heavy rock and roll out there known as Stoner rock. The criteraia are hypnotic grooves, droning-trancelike melodies and and an emphasis on loosing yourself in the musical moment, and heavy kick-ass guitars. Well, this would fulfill every criteria except the heavy guitars part. This is the non-heavy equivalent of stoner rock. The music is quite simply, amazing. A combination of acoustic instrumentation and electronic textures that move the listener into dreamlike phases. It is the perfect compliment to any mellow mood. An amazing album. Becareful with it playing whilst driving though you may forget which highway you happen to be driving on.
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