Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Frontier's envelope-pushing insanity is mesmerizing!
Pema Rabzang (Vajra108@aol.com) | Nashville, Tennessee | 09/12/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My first exposure to Frontier was this album, on a camping trip in Turner Falls, Oklahoma. When a particularly violent autumn storm rolled in, my cohorts and I had to retreat to an underground cave to escape the cold wind and rain. We fortunately had the mindfullness to put the portable cassette player in my waterproof backpack, and stuck in "4" to help pass the time. After about 10 minutes of intent listening, all I could do was stare directly ahead at nothing, with elbows on knees and head in hands, fascinated and subsequently paralyzed. Their cylical patterns of tranquility and mad intensity take one on a cranial rollercoaster that is almost indescribable. I fully recommend this album to anyone who likes to hear a refreshing change from anything you've heard or tried to classify....Frontier's music defies any label that I've tried to come up with. They're not rock, not ambient, not techno, et cetera... Definitely have created their own class of music."