One of the best sample-oriented techno bands I've ever heard
A. Campbell | Alexandria, VA USA | 03/11/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"One night during the late '80s, I saw Greater Than One's "I Don't Need God" video and was hooked. I immediately started hunting record stores for cassettes--not so easy in those days, before search engines and online shopping became ubiquitous--and the first one I found was "London." I loved it just as much, even without the track I was looking for. If you like YMO, Kraftwerk, Emergency Broadcast Network, and/or Negativland, I'm pretty sure you'll like this band too. Greater Than One is pretty versatile. Their music ranges from simple, joyful, goofy dance music to heady, intense, philosophical works that would probably make great soundtracks for subversive propaganda films. Hey, anything that can excersise my mind and my body simultaneously is fine by me! If you don't know Greater Than One (or its other incarnations, such as Church of Extacy, GTO, or S.O.L.O), this CD would make a great introduction--and if you do know them, I would guess you probably know most of the tracks on "London" anyway and if you're reading this, well, you've found it."