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  • noff01

    This is the soundtrack of dreams. First, a normal night dream, until you start hearing your alarm clock on it, and finally wake up. Then, it's a daydream. When awake, it's monotnous, but when the dream starts, you start dreaming about robots and gnomes and stuff like that. That's how I interprete this song at least.

    18 Mag 18:55 Rispondi
  • 16N0R4N7

    2nd half is good.

    15 Mag 23:32 Rispondi
  • nesso011

    Meditation music for urban life. [3]

    2 Feb 2:11 Rispondi
  • polymorphous71

    http://thesentinelmusic.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/tortoise-djed/

    21 Nov 2014 Rispondi
  • PawsOverEars

    Groovy homage to Sim City 2000.

    2 Ott 2014 Rispondi
  • John_Spectre

    A great voyage: first, we listen to some delicate bass guitar melodies, reminding us of their first album and the early 90s post-rock; after this intro, the track delves into a Neu!-style krautrock and it is driven by a pulsating motorik beat for about 4 delightful minutes and after that it slows down to make the transition to my favorite part; a ringing electronic sound gives us a brief rest for what we're about to experience in the next 4 minutes: a hypnotic minimalist piece influenced by the likes of Steve Reich and Terry Riley that transports us to a whole new dimension (ok, I really like this part and the key changes throughout it and the marimbas and the keyboard melodies); after trying to fool us to believe our sound system is failing the track passes to a noise-infused beat and transforms itself into a glitch track (Oval, anyone?) followed by an absurdly pretty melody played by those instruments they used at the minimalist section; the ending is pure chill-out: we need to rest.

    17 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • benson_x

    heartfuckstringquartet

    27 Mag 2014 Rispondi
  • madleu_LH

    where have you been all my life

    24 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • DoctorGonzo83

    Reminds me of NEU! [2]

    26 Dic 2013 Rispondi
  • wrandyvelasquez

    Stereo - "Tincan Folklore"

    30 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • Malkamillian

    Neu!-y.

    19 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • TurnATurn

    Meditation music for urban life. [2]

    17 Giu 2013 Rispondi
  • drunkmachine-

    god i will do anything to see them live

    30 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • anch_io

    I remember the first time that I listened to this song waaaaaaaay back in the nineties, when the break in the middle came, I thought that my gramophone broke. :-)

    17 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • Zero1986

    Reminds me of NEU!

    6 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • MiaoPurrington

    Actually good.

    28 Gen 2013 Rispondi
  • bynumber

    anybody else reminded of spyro the dragon

    17 Gen 2013 Rispondi
  • mootles

    this reminds me a little of one of wilcos songs, i forget which. but great song :)

    14 Dic 2012 Rispondi
  • brndn

    it's perfect

    8 Set 2012 Rispondi
  • activewaste

    When I first got the CD years ago, and started playing it, I actually did jump up at 14:00 in this piece, fearful that it was broken. The sound really sounds like a CD cracking

    9 Ago 2012 Rispondi
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