♾ Funuary 2012
|Prelude (Original Mix)||Above & Beyond|
|Prelude (Andrew Bayer & James Grant Remix)||Above & Beyond|
Prelude (Original Mix)
Track 8 of Group Therapy is not the prelude to anything but a more chilled song. Throwaway & goaway electrogarbage starts us off. It goes away after a couple of minutes, having contributed nothing whatsoever; & the final air metal does not make up for it. 2:10 introduces us to a heaven more concentrated than Mauthausen: a piano caressed by someone who can use it. Leaving Kamchatka-sized gaps, the piantro disobeys its own respectations to elude expectations, & denounce the previous path for one travelled somnially, a refractory insurrection, Jesus artfully flipping tables, no money in this temple, just ůberwhelming timecliffing. The raw bread & meat of the climax is a longer-sustained burst, & the piano skyfully returns to fulfil our lives. No protention can befit this paranormal intrepitude.
Prelude (Andrew Bayer & James Grant Remix)
Go to the dj app on your phone. Play anything, then fix it so that it sounds underwater. You have this. However, this is no Spencer Brown's Frozen Ground. this is smoother, & sadly restrained, to keep with the mood. Bad choice.
How could they not insult Prelude? Every song is 'remixable'. AB&JG, meanwhile, muted everything five times over, & allowed only a snippet of piano, only at rare intervals. New vocals replete their assail, completing a stylistically impressive joke, & a tunefully thin piecemeal of thinfunk. The experience is worth a listen, but not your affection.