Not quite whole
ahren | Ft. Huachuca, Arizona | 01/09/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Once again, I own the original release of this album so I am not aware of any digital restoration done to this cd. This was the album that was supposed to be MBM first release, but their studio had a fire and they lost everything and so they rushed together Storm the Studio so they could meet their deadline. Jack Dangers has said that he still feels this album is just a shell and not what it could have been. Now, it is a good album, but there does seem that something is missing. Several tracks are remixes of others. I am a big fan of MBM and this does show their great talent. So any fan of MBM or industrial should check this out."
Enjoyable and groundbreaking
Ken R. Walzer Jr. | Pennsylvania | 03/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This was my first MBM purchase. I think I had it both on cassette and vinyl. The cassette got more play in the car. I think this is a "must own" if you are into electronic music. Or heck, simply if you are into music. This is probably one of the 'roots' of electronic music. Organic and at times mechanical, yet somehow having a groove you can nod your head to. It sounds effing awesome in the car. I consider this album essential. Period."