"I truly have nothing to add to the other reviews here, except to affirm that I am totally in love with her voice!These are classic club beats with trance overtures and vocals, a breathtaking combination."
M. Kasraie | San Antonio, TX USA | 02/03/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is definitely better than their first one (Mind fruit). It is longer, better organized, and sounds more refined. Of course if you really get to like them, like me, youll be happy with both of their albums. But this depends on what type of music youre searching for. If youre looking for dance music or hi energy Scooter beats, this album is not for you. This is softer stuff. I like to call their style of music "sensual techno"."
Music for the mind & the soul.......
fxwei | Here & there. | 08/22/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you're longing for a great music for tranquility & seenity. This is the answer !! "GURU MOTHER" is the kind of album that's rich vocally as well as melodically. Kirsty Hawkshaw's angelic voice is a cure for the soul. In addition, this album offers something differemt than your stereo-typical boring "meditation" music. OPUS III trancends an ambient/trance genre to the next level. How often you do find a record which is ambient/trance oriented but deliver a sense of 'peacefullness' & 'bliss' at the same time ? Most of trance album outhere are either full of dull-repetitive techno/thumping beats. This one is definitely NOT that kind !! I highly recommended this OPUS III album. Especially if you like ambient genre like: BT. Peace !!"
Excellent Female Singer Techno
fxwei | 03/09/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Opus 3's "Guru Mother" is a vivid CD of amazing techno and ambient songs that pulses like the heart of an eagle soaring in the sun. The bright glory and heat of the upbeat jams will melt your wax and cause you to fall into the aqua-smooth realms of the latter songs. When this CD first came out, where was the radio play? Some of these songs are incredibly attractive- such as "Dreaming of Now" and "When You Made the Mountain". This CD is the biggest chunk of gold that somehow fell through the pan. If Jimi Hendix went techno and had a female singer, it'd probably sound something like this. One very delicious, extraordinary CD."