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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 7:50 pm 
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One of my top three TD albums of all time. Virtually flawless. (IMHO, of course.)

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rotwang wrote:
One of my top three TD albums of all time. Virtually flawless. (IMHO, of course.)


Has to be my favourite ever album and it is flawless (IMO). :wink:

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At the risk of a flaming, I've never been a huge fan of Stratosfear. Coming after such ground-breaking classics as Rubycon and Ricochet, I thought it sounded too structred, too rock-like, and had neither the alien atmosphere nor the liquid mystery of any of the albums from the previous 2 years. I know it signalled a move towards a more structured compositional style that would eventually lead on to things like Exit, Tangram, Logos and Poland, and as such, I've always considered it an important album rather than a truly great one. Ricochet on the other hand...


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Not starting a fire with me !!! Valid comment it was a more structured album but i think alot of that had to to do with new gear/equipment IMHO

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exit81 wrote:
At the risk of a flaming, I've never been a huge fan of Stratosfear. Coming after such ground-breaking classics as Rubycon and Ricochet, I thought it sounded too structred, too rock-like, and had neither the alien atmosphere nor the liquid mystery of any of the albums from the previous 2 years. I know it signalled a move towards a more structured compositional style that would eventually lead on to things like Exit, Tangram, Logos and Poland, and as such, I've always considered it an important album rather than a truly great one. Ricochet on the other hand...


Each to their own.

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