Somewhere between the experimental sample collages, scattered scraps of Industrial and sluggish move Bleiburg feat. Manmachine on the two CDs full output "History In Flames".
Many titles scarring on the border along the irrelevance, others reveal a certain charm in turn, the second CD this fall for my taste, is significantly more accessible than the first.
One might anticipate: easily digestible food for the way the hearing is not more of a stealth Broadens musical challenge.
A characteristic style element are voice samples that are above the monotonous and often minimally held electronics. Whether this is partly to correct vocal or acting solely for samples from different sources, I can not say.
Musically, not much happens mostly, muffled beats and rhythmic interpolations, supplemented here and there by squeaking or Wabern, form the basic structure of the songs from the first CD. "Language of My Reality" and the slow "A New System" are the only tracks that I have left after the hearing in the ear.
On the second CD there is audible to the point, here is example "Lords Of Sleep" with a sinister beat score, "U Hagu" and therefore is relatively poppy "Night Conversation" atmosphere created by the speech samples of a woman. Nevertheless it should not create the impression that we were dealing with songs by classic patterns. The pieces are mostly featureless, with no ripple voltage and then leave the handset on the back end of a loss.
Technically there is not much to say. Instrumentation and sound are not a big hit, but work well in context. In principle, the music of drums, various samples and from time to time may also ran a synth. These speech samples and finished "History In Flames".
Anyone who has a penchant for funky music listen, you should. The soundtrack for the background, the album is quite good, but not for intensive listening. Maybe I'm testing it this soon in my World of Darkness Round.
Rating: 6 out of 10 pieces of silver
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