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There have been a lot of positive comments re ONIS and I'm really looking forward to hearing it.


the title track is a real grower


The best intro ever!


A simple repeated sequence that drops down in pitch, with some (IMHO)
nasty slapped bass guitar...BUT...there is something about this track, it creates an almost trance like state in me, and I never want it to stop. It's the combination of the plodding rhythm (with every 8th beat with an effect on it), subtle sequencers and the pad type sounds. There's a really nice 'attack transcient'...ie something interesting within the first few milliseconds (that always grabs my attention). Things swap around and build and build, without really going anywhere...they exist....and the only answer is to play it again...and again.

I've no idea how Edgar does this, but I'm glad he knows :) I think he uses something similiar on SUIN


I'm intrigued, although I think I will agree with you re the "slapped bass"!

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nothing wrong with slapped bass........Rock-A-Billy Froese :D

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nothing wrong with slapped bass........Rock-A-Billy Froese :D


Sorry, got confused with the fish! :wink:

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:lol: :lol:


her indoors thinks my face in the frankurt pics, looks like someone has slapped me with a bass :arrow:

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:lol: :lol:


her indoors thinks my face in the frankurt pics, looks like someone has slapped me with a bass :arrow:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMKCLyhBBwI

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that reminds me,I must submit my frankfurt travelogue script to Sir Michael of Palin....he is very interested in filming Janus and BM's trip to frankfurt for his next series : around the bend in 80 hours

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that reminds me,I must submit my frankfurt travelogue script to Sir Michael of Palin....he is very interested in filming Janus and BM's trip to frankfurt for his next series : around the bend in 80 hours


I'm certain this would make for very entertaining tv and you have a guaranteed viewer here. If you could only find a prime time slot to replace those sh*te "reality" shows!

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that reminds me,I must submit my frankfurt travelogue script to Sir Michael of Palin....he is very interested in filming Janus and BM's trip to frankfurt for his next series : around the bend in 80 hours

Hey Moogey! Forget about this Mr Palin geezer and his Around the World in 80 Euros malarky, just got a call from a Mr Ray Meyers, seems genuine enough ,wants to do a 6 month documentary of thee and me. Right result!!
Some bush craft thingy or something,. Here's the low-down.you and me survival mode on Shepherds Bush Green...I signed the dotted line so we're sorted! Something about eating witchery grubs? no probs I thought we can blag that one, there's a KFC opposite! Oh, and don't forget the best bit about all this,,,,,,you and me will be first in line for tickets when TD announce their epic 2008 seven nighter tour at the Shepherd Bush Empire shortly! Stick with me Moogey you won't go wrong!! :wink: :arrow:

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Cant stop playing this first track here.............this and the "Bells of Accra" are bleeding awesome IMHO.........fantastic stuff from Edgar 8)


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bm re evaluates ONIS : 100 out of 10.....simply divine ep....divine...very special


thanks edgar......all is tangerine dream :D

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6 euros for the ep was an effin bargain imho....top music...


the ep is as the others, superb snapshots of current edgar/tang music


i for one rate the current output at least as good as the eighties :arrow:


Totally agree 6 euros is as you say "an effin bargain" for the EPs :arrow: if people are going to complain about that they must be tighter than Iris and Linda's trousers :roll:


Linda's were very tight !!!! :shock:

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one night in space......



this ep now that i have listened a few times....has a deep majestic quality....the second track is lovely, a kraftwerkian retro esque piece, that needs to be around 30 minutes long :D



a great e.p., one that pays many listenings :arrow:




C'mon postie :evil:



Mrs BM probably emptying his sack as we speak :arrow:




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ms bm aint talking to me, 'where's my frankfurt souvenir, then?'

gawd :roll:


I put aside 30 euros as i new this was coming !!!!

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6 euros for the ep was an effin bargain imho....top music...


the ep is as the others, superb snapshots of current edgar/tang music


i for one rate the current output at least as good as the eighties :arrow:


Totally agree 6 euros is as you say "an effin bargain" for the EPs :arrow: if people are going to complain about that they must be tighter than Iris and Linda's trousers :roll:


Linda's were very tight !!!! :shock:


I wonder if they were painted on :wink:

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If Edgar keeps doing music this good I will be very happy.


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bigmoog wrote:
6 euros for the ep was an effin bargain imho....top music...


the ep is as the others, superb snapshots of current edgar/tang music


i for one rate the current output at least as good as the eighties :arrow:



Definately agree, I have made a playlist on my ipod of all the EP`s and I play it even more then my Global Communication stuff :shock:.

Edgar is definately getting better with age, I really went off TD for a period in the 90s but TD is like a good wife, you might drift away and try other kinkier things but your always going to come back in the end.


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