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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 10:46 am 
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krismopompas wrote:
mojave plan imo is one of the best titles ever.......... great sequencerlines, wonderful harmonies, bombastic percussive sounds...... all in all it has the flow :)


totally agree a wonderful track.


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Musically 'White Eagle' is a great album and 'Mojave Plan' one of TDs best ever pieces.

But I've always thought the production on the album is too dry (lacking in reverb) and there's quite a bit of tape hiss.

'Mojave Plan' as previewed on the 1981 tour was much more powerful. The sequencer rhythms were more prominent and Johannes' Mini Moog solos were a delight - being the only noticeable thing that was different from performance to performance.

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For some reason I was never too keen on White Eagle, however listened to it yesterday for the first time in a few months and really enjoyed it.

Mojave Plan is class.

I find that fairly often when revisiting albums, the true quality emerges.

Going to play it again later today.


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