Moving Hands reviews Decomposition: Reinventing Minefield.
Friday, May 7, 2004 at 09:51AM
thedeadpoets in Fredrik Hörström, after the ball (stark raven mad mix), decomposition, its too late (dead poets society), minefield, moving hands, music, remixes

MovingHands.net

   ” …I haven’t heard the original versions so I have no idea how this sounds compared to that, but this sounds great. The vocals performed by Tamara Kent are great, a clear and crisp voice, at times invincible, indestructible, at times terribly fragile, as if she could break any second. Tamara’s voice reminds me a lot of Tori Amos, especially on “It’s too late”, where the piano treatment resembles the sound of Amos as well, only the surroundings here are a bit more industrial.
    The remix provided by Dead Poets Society is truly magnificent, ever growing, ever changing, the vocals layered over simple electronics and great noisy beats with the piano floating on top…”
  

/Fredrik Hörström

 

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