Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Alex Cunningham | Worcester, MA | 09/21/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"like the man says, this album is decidedly not "various artists". Physics is a San Diego band with a long and varied list of members, but it is nonetheless a band begun by the well-known Rob Crow, former members of Three Mile Pilot, and hitherto unknowns like JFRE Coad. Either way, the album, correctly titled Physics^2 (ie: squared), is some of the most experimental and groundbreaking music ever. the tracks are experiments unto themselves, playing with and throwing out all musical conventions. some tracks contain nothing but an electroinic squeal that changes in pitch and others contain only different interpretations of the same musical chord. all of it is beautiful, fascinating and powerfully original. the accompanying book is itself another innnovation in the publishing of music: it contains computer generated charts of the instrumentation of every track. it sounds boring, but in fact provides a hitherto unseen dimension in exploring the music as you listen. if you strive to find unusual and original music, or simply appreciate a break from the norm, buy and listen to this album. then buy their first one, Physics^1 (ie: prime), and their live one, 2.7.98."
Very good experemental music
Alex Cunningham | 11/17/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Yes, this is not various artists - all tracks written and produced by single music band called physics, the disk is called Physics2 (refer to mp3it.com). The music is great - if you like such kind of music - if you could call it music. Live drums and guitar playing is combined with electronica - very few notes per music track."
A very nice minimal disc.
Matthew T. Meskill | Portland, Oregon USA | 09/26/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"First, it's not "various artists." Second, if you want catchy pop or grungy stuff don't buy this. If what you appreciate is minimal music with great layers and textures, and subtle, crisp changes, this is the CD for you. My wife hates it!"