Just sit back, take everything with a grain of salt, and hope that you’ll be able to make music like this someday.
Fans of a slower, instrumental Slowdive, or any floaty, droney should probably check this out.
This is one dirty album, and wonderfully so at that.
It just doesn’t sound that good. Not in any sort of big dose anyway.
I think LIN’s music would work much more for me if the hip-hop influence was less-pronounced.
I can’t shake this feeling that Watt and Thorn were just trying too hard to make this album full of club singles, of trying to raise their DJ cred.
Stirring in its honest majesty, terrifying in its cold, stark savagery.
You’ve never heard trip-hop done quite like this, and you want to share it with some friends who are hip to the genre.
Lamb’s music exudes a sense of playfulness and lustiness no other trip-hop group has.
Mirror is at its best when Pearce is content to let the guitars chime.
This incredibly promising debut is guaranteed to appeal to fans of both the early 4AD and Projekt sounds.
Wonderful CD, looking forward to more, and to getting the rest of this band’s back catalog.
One of Morphine’s best albums, if not the best.
I’d like to take this album on a long drive through the country with the top down, and just soaking up the spring.
Suffice it to say, Gold was one of the best Christian releases of 1995.
Definitely an album every rock fan should own.
What Lucid is able to do in the 75 minutes of this CD is create some of most interesting experimental ambience I’ve ever heard.
I don’t know where these people get their inspiration or opus, but I just hope they keep creating works of art like this one.
I say that I’m frustrated by this album because it’s very easy for me to dismiss it, when a part of me knows I should be enraptured by it.
This falls into the “goth” and “industrial” categories but does so while circumventing many of those genres’ pitfalls.