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Robert Rich, B Lustmord
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Robert Rich, B Lustmord
Title: Stalker
Members Wishing: 7
Total Copies: 0
Label: Hearts of Space
Original Release Date: 11/21/1995
Re-Release Date: 11/14/1995
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
Styles: Ambient, Electronica, Techno, Meditation, Progressive, Electronic
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 025041105927

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reducing_element | Ballwin, MO USA | 07/18/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am a huge fan of the movie Stalker and i was enthused to hear that two artists have collaborated to create a cd inspired by the movie. I did not know of what genre the two artists would be, but upon further investigation i found them both to be the dark ambient classification. That said, i bought this cd, and was blown away by how acuratelt they captured the movies atmosphere of desolation, instilled apathy, and "greyness". You do not have to be a fan of the movie to enjoy this cd, it stands on it's own as a classic in the Ambient genre, and it's a great cd to space out to, or take a nap to..i highly recomend this cd to people who appriciate wonderfully crafted ambient and darkwave."
Larry L. Looney | Austin, Texas USA | 07/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I?ve got other recordings by both of these artists ? so far this is my favorite from each of them. The music on this disc is very, very dark ? don?t expect anything else going into it. That statement is not meant in the least to imply, however that this work is one-dimensional ? nothing could be further from the truth. This is creativity of staggering proportions, black washes of keyboards and other instruments (and voices, I think?) that combine into music that is simultaneously beautiful and frightening in its intensity. It?s not noise ? there?s a definite structure to the works included here ? the breadth of its conception and execution is such that it can be enjoyed ambiently as well as attentively. For those listeners already familiar with the works of these artists as individuals, its easy to hear the two different personalities present in this disc ? this is truly a case of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts (and that?s saying a lot, because their work as individuals is excellent).The music was inspired ? at least in spirit ? by the Russian film of the same name, but it?s certainly not necessary to view that film to appreciate this recording. From the back cover: ?A guide to possible interpretations on an ambivalent reality; a non-Euclidian geometry as yet unmapped, inaccessible through linear perceptions; to illuminate, decode and decipher this landscape of fractured density, ultimately to reconstruct these unfolding dimensions, where dreams are only whispers.? It does all that and more. As I stated above, it can be experienced in an ambient way ? but I recommend listening to it at fairly high volume on a nice system."
Really terrific and interesting ambient
Douglas S. Benson | Burlingame, CA USA | 04/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm really impressed by this album -- it's "dark ambient" (not that you need to get piercings or wear eyeshadow to enjoy it), which I suppose just means that there are dripping noises and odd little nightime crawly touches throughout, rather than happy birds and streams.
Stalker isn't the stuff of nightmares, though--it's like a soundtrack to an alien world, much like Eno's brilliant "On Land". This is an album that works phenomenally well in a dark room over a multichannel stereo, and also works very well close up over headphones--there are lots of details in the music.
For what it's worth, I'll definitely be buying more Lustmord on the strength of this one. I'd bought Steve Roach "The Magnificent Void" at the same time, and much prefer Stalker."