Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Seven Pointed Star
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
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Listen to this one one carefully
Serge | North Brunswick, NJ USA | 09/07/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"An album that should find most techno fans liking at least some of the songs. There are both slower, more ambient tracs, and faster, dancefloor-friendly songs. The synth grooves and the frequent goodies like the vocals on the first track, the Eastern samples on Secret Samanta and guitar-like synth runs on Who Are You? keep things interesting enough to distinguish Astralasia from the simplistic trance acts that sit on the same loops to the point of insanity. Maybe owing to their heritage (the word mushroom comes to mind), Astralasia does a good job of utilizing the entire staff to keep the listener engaged on all frequencies, and making sure to keep a diverse range of timbre (something a lot of techno bands overlook). Seven Pointed Star is never harsh, always listenable. If you like acts like Juno Reactor, you should enjoy this."
Techno at its best
Da J-Man | Tampa, Florida | 03/21/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Astralasia puts out the best techno I've ever heard. Driving beats and great melodies combine to make each song hypnotic and different. Haunting, ethereal vocals take this album from great to phenomenal. I like Oakenfold, Digweed, and Sunscreem, but for pure original techno, Astralasia is (hands down) the best. I got Seven Pointed Star a few days ago, and I haven't stopped listening to it. Hypnotic and infectious. Fortunately, there's no cure for this. If you think you've heard good techno before, think again.Get this album. You're inner dance demon demands it."
Immersive,pulsating techno heaven!
Halcyon (email@example.com) | San Antonio,TX | 07/20/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Astralasia are the best kept secret in Electronic music today."Seven Pointed Star" will drown you in lush trance soundscapes and blow your mind the first time you hear it.Expect to hear a lot more of Astralasia in the future.Essential to any music collection."