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|1.||"Mountains Will Keep Your Secrets"|
|2.||"Empty Houses From Above"|
|3.||"You Built A Kingdom But No One Said Its Name"|
|4.||"A Heart Of Darkness"|
|5.||"Than To Have Ever Lived At All"|
|1.||"Got To Carry On"|
|2.||"I Wish I Could Say More Than This"|
|3.||"We Built Steps To The Sky"|
|4.||"Can't Go Home Without You"|
|5.||"Walk Through Walls (For SH)"|
For some reason, the world's foremost ambient explorers have always been prolific. Take the sadly departed Pete Namlook, who released 10 albums in 1994 alone. Brock Van Wey is cut from similar cloth. It was only last week that he delivered an album under his BVDub pseudonym; here, he returns to his given name for a similarly tactile, two-CD voyage into the world of beatless dreamscapes. The Namlook comparisons are understandable; like the once mighty German, Van Wey specializes in creating sprawling pieces based around gradual shifts in long, drawn out chords, slowly shifting melodies (check the Satie-inspired "Can't Go Home Without You"), delay-laden instruments and epic atmospherics. When he gets it right - as he does on Home - there are few greater exponents of the art of ambient.
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