|Guest wrote on 01/05/08, 5:45 pm|
|Cool guestbook, interesting information... Keep it UP. excellent site i really like your stuff.|
|Brioskj wrote on 01/05/08, 5:45 pm|
|Very deep and futuristic release.|
My favourite track is "stainless".
|Micksam wrote on 01/05/08, 5:45 pm|
|This release is quite nice.. But unfortunately I it was featured on the kahvi breaks and it spoiled the first impression. Other then that, the middle track is nice.|
But the release as a whole just doesn't click with me. But definately still a nice addition to the 3.87 GB collection that is kahvi.
|Nickchen wrote on 01/05/08, 5:45 pm|
|Wow. Don't want to insult others, but Alexey is heading towards state "best artist available on kahvi" and even intrudes Esem's territory.|
I herewith decide to become a hardcore Alexey fan.
:lol: funny, rubicante and me seldom have the same opinion... :? ...but you didn't vote for the republicans at last elections, did you!?
|Rubicante wrote on 01/05/08, 5:44 pm|
|Eh. This release was "okay"..it wasnt bad, however it just isnt my style.|
Invisible: Very deep, spacy and beat driven. Primal yet futuristic. Invisible is a track for the ages.
Pointed: Yet again, VERY deep and flowing. The choral pads make a nice addition to this galloping track.
Stainless: A little lighter from previous tracks. Crystalline, yet that dark edge still lingers on the fringes of the song. A great track to come down from above. ;)
|User1@kahvi.org wrote on 01/05/08, 5:44 pm|
|As usual, a wonderfully thematic journey of idiomatic tunology from the consistently innovative Ruskie.|