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DASDT (I'm not arsed to type out the full name) is very meloncholy and not as angry or driving as Bilious Paths was. Go have a listen to the samples on Planet Mu.

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Read the Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devestation Technique thread

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Guest Kenneth172

the title that nobody remembers or can be arse to type. Chjeeers

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why didnt you read the other 10 threads all saying how shit it was?

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why didnt you read the other 10 threads all saying how shit it was?

 

don't listen to asscadet.

 

i think it's a great album; very dark, though... marks a nice contrast in the µ-Ziq catalogue.

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Guest firefunker4

to answer the original question...

 

the album is complete shit.

 

 

i will admit that i have never held µ-ziq in very high regard, but this is a new low... even for his career of mindblowing mediocrity.

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Guest AOOproductions
after several listens,i dare say it's a masterpiece.

 

:teeth: Joyrex get in here and tell him about the good ol' days and Lunatic harness before he takes this as the masterpiece he'll remember Mike P for.

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it's strange and different ..pretty nice

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Its a weird album for me. No particular track stands out above the rest, but they are all very good. I don't find that to be the case with many albums. Great cd to listen to all the way through, I think the tracks all really compliment one another.

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it sukt .. hee waz laezee .. an got xa kids tue riet it ...

 

xa tietl iz xa moest kontraverseeal bit ...

 

uuu ie akcuealLee spoek aot for wuns ... amaezinG ...

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it sukt .. hee waz laezee .. an got xa kids tue riet it ...

 

xa tietl iz xa moest kontraverseeal bit ...

 

uuu ie akcuealLee spoek aot for wuns ... amaezinG ...

wtf

I remember your avatar, didn't you used to make sense?

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it sukt .. hee waz laezee .. an got xa kids tue riet it ...

 

xa tietl iz xa moest kontraverseeal bit ...

 

uuu ie akcuealLee spoek aot for wuns ... amaezinG ...

wtf

I remember your avatar, didn't you used to make sense?

 

noe - xatz egzacklie hao delet olvaiz spoec

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well, i'll admit, while this isn't mike's greatest work, I DO like it. It's also a grower people, so don't dismiss it after a listen or two. Really sit down and LISTEN LISTEN to it. With headphones if you must. Sure, it's no all drilly and such but it has a certain sound about it... nauseating (in a good way...) at times, sad at other times...

I don't know. It's good shit imho.

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great review from some Channel 4 music site

http://www.channel4.com/music/music-core/a...?albumId=643198

 

Mu-Ziq: Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

 

Eighth album, following 2003's 'Bilious Paths', from Mike Paradinas, one of the most original and exciting producers in the UK electronic underground, whose name is revered alongside pioneers like Autechre and Aphex Twin. Released on his own Planet Mu label, this is another emission from the dark side, featuring the usual melange of freakout drill 'n' bass, acid-fried techno, ambient textures and zany vocal samples that has fuelled his cult following.

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great review from some Channel 4 music site

http://www.channel4.com/music/music-core/a...?albumId=643198

 

Mu-Ziq: Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

 

Eighth album, following 2003's 'Bilious Paths', from Mike Paradinas, one of the most original and exciting producers in the UK electronic underground, whose name is revered alongside pioneers like Autechre and Aphex Twin. Released on his own Planet Mu label, this is another emission from the dark side, featuring the usual melange of freakout drill 'n' bass, acid-fried techno, ambient textures and zany vocal samples that has fuelled his cult following.

freak-out drill and bass

ZANY vocal samples

 

woah!

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great review from some Channel 4 music site

http://www.channel4.com/music/music-core/a...?albumId=643198

 

Mu-Ziq: Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

 

Eighth album, following 2003's 'Bilious Paths', from Mike Paradinas, one of the most original and exciting producers in the UK electronic underground, whose name is revered alongside pioneers like Autechre and Aphex Twin. Released on his own Planet Mu label, this is another emission from the dark side, featuring the usual melange of freakout drill 'n' bass, acid-fried techno, ambient textures and zany vocal samples that has fuelled his cult following.

 

there's no "freakout drill 'n' bass nor zany vocal samples." Missed the mark, I say...sounds more like some misguided marketing "review."

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Guest Italic Eyeball

what the hell? zany vocal samples? what the hell?

 

WHAT THE HELL

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great review from some Channel 4 music site

http://www.channel4.com/music/music-core/a...?albumId=643198

 

Mu-Ziq: Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

 

Eighth album, following 2003's 'Bilious Paths', from Mike Paradinas, one of the most original and exciting producers in the UK electronic underground, whose name is revered alongside pioneers like Autechre and Aphex Twin. Released on his own Planet Mu label, this is another emission from the dark side, featuring the usual melange of freakout drill 'n' bass, acid-fried techno, ambient textures and zany vocal samples that has fuelled his cult following.

 

goes to show how much they know - it's not his 8th album but his 7th!

 

i think that mike, out of all the top UK electronic musicians, has really lost it more than any other (with the exception of plaid maybe?)! his recent albums have lost the plot and i'm not even keen at all on what he's done with planet mu either! i hate most of what that label releases! it's a shame because most of what mike did between tango and lunatic was ground-breaking, experimental and fresh for the day. now his stuff just bores the pants off me!!

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great review from some Channel 4 music site

http://www.channel4.com/music/music-core/a...?albumId=643198

 

Mu-Ziq: Duntisbourne Abbots Soulmate Devastation Technique

 

Eighth album, following 2003's 'Bilious Paths', from Mike Paradinas, one of the most original and exciting producers in the UK electronic underground, whose name is revered alongside pioneers like Autechre and Aphex Twin. Released on his own Planet Mu label, this is another emission from the dark side, featuring the usual melange of freakout drill 'n' bass, acid-fried techno, ambient textures and zany vocal samples that has fuelled his cult following.

 

there's no "freakout drill 'n' bass nor zany vocal samples." Missed the mark, I say...sounds more like some misguided marketing "review."

 

there are some vocal samples though I think.

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Guest Moebius

which previous muziq album would you most say it's like?

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The whole album sounds like Aphex's Hedphelym

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