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Double Fine Zone
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Jazz, Pop
Spacetime Continuum (a.k.a. experimental ambient maven Jonah Sharp) serves up a dependable if sometimes wandering ambient groove, split through a prism of acid jazz and light drum & bass. Less beat-driven than his last rec... more »
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Spacetime Continuum (a.k.a. experimental ambient maven Jonah Sharp) serves up a dependable if sometimes wandering ambient groove, split through a prism of acid jazz and light drum & bass. Less beat-driven than his last record, Emit Ecaps, Sharp's percussionist background seeps through the jerky rhythms of "Biscuit Face" and the detached time signatures of "Beveled Edge," all in the service of song textures and arrangements that absorb the listener, yet never truly catch fire. The sound can even be a bit cold in spots, relaxing on static beats that never really go anywhere. However, preferring to rest on the velvety edge of the dance floor has its rewards for the headphone-wearing wallflower, who will find treats in the sax solos and lounge-room sweep of "Freezone" and "Further Down the Road." --Matthew Cooke
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Lori M. (ripley) from SNELLVILLE, GA
Reviewed on 6/29/2007...
the image for this item is obviously wrong, it is not Barry White.
Phillip C. from CONCORD, CA
Reviewed on 6/4/2007...
My CD cover is different than the one pictured. The one pictured is for Barry White/Love Unlimited Orchestra.
My cover is a picture of the highway sign that says Double Fine Zone, which should be the correct cover. Correct UPC and same 11 tracks match.
Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant in every way!
Jeffery Mingo | Homewood, IL USA | 06/22/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Not only is this the best album by Spacetime Continuum, it's one of the best albums I have ever heard in my life. It's been three years since they released it and I still never find myself bored with it. I keep looking for similar music and have never found anything truly worthy. This album is a masterpiece; it defines beauty. I've never heard any electronica better. I am a better person for owning this CD and knowing such brilliance exists."
Odd album out
Joe Majsterski | Houston, TX United States | 11/13/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I'm a pretty big fan of Spacetime Continuum, and I loved loved loved Alien Dreamtime, Sea Biscuit, and Emit Ecaps to death. I looked forward to this album eagerly, but when it came out, I was really disappointed. While there are a few good tracks on here, mostly it is rather boring and poorly constructed. This album is definitely not worth buying new; pick it up used if you're a completist."