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For those who can read German, here's the review of a member of the editorial staff at Amazon - a woman who actually gets Rubycon! :shock: :D
http://www.amazon.de/Rubycon-Mini-Vinyl ... 00028XEEO/

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"Whereas Phaedra was a marsh of wet and cold, electronic waves and eerie, nocturnal sounds, then Rubycon is the same marsh, but shortly before sunrise, which, covered in a dusky light of bubbling, metallic sequences and muted tones of sumptuous synthesizers, slowly awakens. There's no lack of dreamy sections, expanding to long lingering, exquisite moments, creating a cosmic space floating back and forth between unconsciousness and the state of awakening." (Karen Karleski)


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Michael66 wrote:
For those who can read German, here's the review of a member of the editorial staff at Amazon - a woman who actually gets Rubycon! :shock: :D
http://www.amazon.de/Rubycon-Mini-Vinyl ... 00028XEEO/

Translated sample:
"Whereas Phaedra was a marsh of wet and cold, electronic waves and eerie, nocturnal sounds, then Rubycon is the same marsh, but shortly before sunrise, which, covered in a dusky light of bubbling, metallic sequences and muted tones of sumptuous synthesizers, slowly awakens. There's no lack of dreamy sections, expanding to long lingering, exquisite moments, creating a cosmic space floating back and forth between unconsciousness and the state of awakening." (Karen Karleski)


to quote a former member of the band: "Rubycon? it's all about s.ex" (bloody auto-correct...grizzle)


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24db wrote:
Michael66 wrote:
For those who can read German, here's the review of a member of the editorial staff at Amazon - a woman who actually gets Rubycon! :shock: :D
http://www.amazon.de/Rubycon-Mini-Vinyl ... 00028XEEO/

Translated sample:
"Whereas Phaedra was a marsh of wet and cold, electronic waves and eerie, nocturnal sounds, then Rubycon is the same marsh, but shortly before sunrise, which, covered in a dusky light of bubbling, metallic sequences and muted tones of sumptuous synthesizers, slowly awakens. There's no lack of dreamy sections, expanding to long lingering, exquisite moments, creating a cosmic space floating back and forth between unconsciousness and the state of awakening." (Karen Karleski)


to quote a former member of the band: "Rubycon? it's all about music"


8) :P magic album

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Michael66 wrote:
For those who can read German, here's the review of a member of the editorial staff at Amazon - a woman who actually gets Rubycon! :shock: :D
http://www.amazon.de/Rubycon-Mini-Vinyl ... 00028XEEO/

Translated sample:
"Whereas Phaedra was a marsh of wet and cold, electronic waves and eerie, nocturnal sounds, then Rubycon is the same marsh, but shortly before sunrise, which, covered in a dusky light of bubbling, metallic sequences and muted tones of sumptuous synthesizers, slowly awakens. There's no lack of dreamy sections, expanding to long lingering, exquisite moments, creating a cosmic space floating back and forth between unconsciousness and the state of awakening." (Karen Karleski)

I'd say that was a fairly good assessment. A very good review, if a little on the short side.


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http://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalo ... -Fri-TEAIS









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http://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=434296&From=EIL_TAN-COL-12062008-1000.STT.-TAN-Fri-TEAIS









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I think I need to buy this one after all since it says that "all tracks are sung in English" 8) :wink:


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I find it strange at EIL they say it is the 2008 release where as ViTN says it is released in 2005, I do have this item 3 years now and wonder if the one presented on EIL is different from the one mentioned on ViTN and the one I own :?: :?: :?:
Same goes for the Rubycon item :?: :?: :?:

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