Pitchfork reviews Alex Moulton’ Exodus and gives it a 6.9:
As its conceptual cousin Interstella 5555 visually depicted, the success of an otherworldly storyline can’t mask the awkward realities of his medium. Exodus’s 14 tracks and 68 minutes rise and fall like 14 little films, with the larger narrative rising almost exclusively from the songs’ shared analog antiquity. Moulton’s concept falters when the listener tries to piece these sensory experiences into a linear progression, but Exodus is still a fascinating and problematic listen as a whole.
Couldn’t agree more (my review).