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The Third Eye Foundation - The Dark (2010)

Sure, it is broken up into 5 tracks, but it may as well not have been. The Dark is more adventure than album, a conceptual masterpiece which will blow your fucking mind. Beginning with softly swirling heavenly sounds, the bass comes in, pounding upon the album as a blacksmith tempers his work, and then enters the chaotic rhythms similar to those found on an Aphex Twin album, before dissonant and well-placed noises threaten to consume you. It's telling a story... a story of collapse; of degredation and rebith. It changes subtly, moving slowly from theme to theme as it winds along it's long forgotten road, rushing past vast whirlwinds of sound, space, and time into an ambient electronic wasteland.

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