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|1.||"Splintered Images Of Oz" (1:49)|
|3.||"Webb Man" (3:41)|
|4.||"They Are We" (3:55)|
|5.||"Ever Changes" (4:39)|
|6.||"Fading Me" (6:03)|
|1.||"A Chrome Entrance" (0:34)|
|3.||"Up To Now" (13:47)|
|4.||"Filters Of Density" (6:57)|
Belgium's Twilight Ritual formed the essence of the coldwave movement throughout the '80s: a shadowy duo riding below the mainstream and making cutting-edge proto-techno that would, unknowingly to the band, sound still as fresh as ever thirty years later. Originally out on Micrart, Geert Coppens and Peter Bonne's debut album was only released on cassette and CDR back in 1982 but thankfully Onder Stroom drop the first ever vinyl version, including a beautiful insert. Ranging from wonky synth-pop to pseudo-industrial sounds, The Ritual is an album which truly represents the era that it was made in, a time when genres were being mixed and stripped on a constant basis and where making futuristic machine sounds was the most important objective on the agenda for many bands. If you're into slow-burning drum machine jams and fuzzy synths then this is your winning ticket. Gorgeous reissue.
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