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  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Prescription Rails
  • ASIN: B000069EVF
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1. 2 Kinds of Light

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HASH(0xa3108fcc) out of 5 stars Who put the synthesizer underneath the rain gutter? July 6 2009
By P. T. Ostiguy - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Ones initial response the this little dity is struggling to comprehend what time of day best to listen. I suggest anywhere from exactly 4 in the morning to 3 at night. "The Mobius Band" engages in slapdish electronic manipulation, creating a synthesis of warbled enthusiasm coupled with a seemingly real sense of pressured anxiety. Yet centered by a vocalist eager to calm amidst the backrop of tangled webs of layered composistions and intricatlities resembling on chocky pointed fingers ruffling the feathers of commonality. "Two" is a transparent and seemingly quick outing, thin yet never waivering on transluscent, providing a subtle excursion that truly feels far less than linear on each suggested listen. Coupled with "Three" and "City vs. Country", these albums combine to form a sonic representation of a band far removed from its own peak. And it is truly a joy to have discovered creativity often needs no narration.