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|2.||"Expedition Bahn" (3:33)|
|3.||"What Happened" (1:38)|
|4.||"VW Polo" (3:10)|
|4.||"Jahlette Sensor Excel" (2:59)|
|5.||"Last Transmission Of Vladimir Komarov" (4:09)|
|6.||"Marshall Plan" (4:46)|
Although the word 'liquid' has specific connotations in the electronic music world, none of which are really relevant here, there's a certain fluidity to Peter Graf's 'Expedition Bahn'. Channeling steamy effects, there's a flowing timbre running behind many of the tracks, creating a sense of depth and movement. Take the sparse, rhythmic 'E-Mail', or the trickling notes of 'VW Polo', as examples. Elsewhere weightlessness rises to the top, with 'What Happened' sounding like echoes of a rave once held, and 'Justice' basically a deconstructed bass track. The fact it drops straight into the low slung electro of 'Indonesia', one of the more up front dance tunes here, is nothing short of a club-style payoff - the much needed workout after all that knife-edge tension. A complete album, make no mistake.
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