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Brian Eno
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Yes, folks, this is THE Brian Eno. Created from the mental conception of a clock that will mark time for ten thousand years, realized through the use of bells- bells that one might experience even thousands of years from now- this album certainly does change the flow of personal time and dialates the present moment with its wave-like ebb and flow. You're likely to find yourself drifting into the future, into the long-term thinking that a clock of such nature would suggest. A meditative, expansive world unfolds before you with no limits on the imagination. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

Cargo Cult
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Guitar infused, down tempo, trip-hop from Slovakia. Weaving an amazing landscape that transcends geographic boundaries. Hand over your mind and take a journey beyond yourself. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

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I think it was the Gamelan rock that got me- the creativity of using metallophones with rock percussion and grooves, laced with spacey, eerie and expansive reverberations. But every track on this album is a new, hypnotic experience, a vivid collage of ambiently brooding, visionary, experimental electronics with ceremonial-colored, world music seeds and atmospheric narcotics for the imagination. A dark, mysterious abyss in which the mind can lose itself. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

Irene Bedard & Deni
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An eclectic and dazzling trip of Electronic Dance Rock from the woman who was named one of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People In The World" and the man who "melds Moby and Radiohead" to perfection. With Pop and progressive rock elements, acoustic and electronic colorings, this expansive, pioneering album is one to check out. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

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