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Only Science Can Tell Us the Truth
  • Artist: Radium88
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479426384
  • Item #: SRD942638
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 1/16/2007
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Only Science Can Tell Us the Truth on CD

This is our 5th and newest album, also our best recieved in terms of airplay and reviews - High quality...warm...rich...moving...subtle...(connection bizarre) Extremely melodic electronic elaborations (neural.it) Immediately engaging, fresh and inventive (hypnagogue) Pretty...quirky...fascinating...excellent classically inspired string and piano...sombre ambient melodic washes...the beats are strong...(neo-zine) Clever and totally beyond words (smother.net) Restful...ambient...bright beats...liveliness and drive...drifting soundscapes...will be appreciated by lovers of electronic music...clear beat ...distinctive melody (morpheusmusic.co.UK) A killer mix of mellow piano lines, electronic beats and progressive whirring synths (leftlion.co.UK) a bit of Kraftwerk, mixed with some Brian Eno ambient music and Philip Glass haunting melodies put into an Orb and given a good shake...straight from a David Lynch movie (phase9.tv) I used to host a new age/electronica/experimental music program in the mid '90s, and if I had this fine release back then I would have played it from beginning to end (thechickenfishspeaks.com) Paranoid lullabies and throbbing beats overlaid with transcendent vocals. Lush, complex and truly astounding (the silverfish magazine) delicate...dreamy...drifting...minimal...fragile...heavenly vocals...atmospheric...crystalline beauty...dramatic...blurring the dividing line between contemporary EM and modern classical music (soniccuriosity.com) I have no idea why this lot aren't ruling the world (sandman magazine)