Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Stereophonic Space Sound Unlim|
The Fluid Soundbox
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, Pop, Rock
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GROOVY non-stop instrumental THRILLS!
Henry R. Kujawa | "The Forbidden Zone" (Camden, NJ) | 05/26/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Rarely does an album "grab" me the way this one did the first time I played it, right from start to finish. From Switzerland comes this unique band that uses "old-fashioned" electronics to produce powerful, exciting, mysterious, melodic and extremely catchy songs that create vivid movies inside your mind as you listen. Images of Harry Palmer, Bruce Lee, Boris Karloff's Im-Ho-Tep and others spring to life and won't go away! Positive proof that electric surf guitars aren't the only venue for highly-charged instro music! For more, check out SSSU's other albums, SSSU PLAY LOST TV THEMES and THE SPACESOUND EFFECT; but to my ears, this is their finest to date!For more non-stop mind-blowing instro music, also seek out The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E.: WITH THE FINGER ON THE TRIGGER, The Space Cossacks' TSAR WARS, Enoch Light's PERSUASIVE PERCUSSION, Rick Wakeman's 2,000 A.D. INTO THE FUTURE and the debut album from LOS STRAITJACKETS !!"
Really loud spy music
Henry R. Kujawa | 01/05/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album is well-conceived and well-executed, and very enjoyable. It would be perfectly suited for a multi-disk shuffle mix of lounge instrumentals if it weren't recorded at such an abnormally high level. These songs blare out so loudly that you might choke on your olive while enjoying the martini you no doubt would be drinking if you were the type of person who listens to this kind of music."
The perfect escape
Pace Ripley | Somerville, MA | 09/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Stereophonic Space Sound provides you with a soundtrack to the lifestyle you never got to have unless you are best known by three digits starting with 00. For the rest of us this is the perfect escape with music that runs the entire spectrum from scary to sleazy lounge. The result is a guilty pleasure of the instrumental variety."