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Far Beyond the Immobile Point

Paul Rijkens / E-dition magazine

"The second album from the Spaniard Max Corbacho is a so-called "DAM-CD". It contains the audio-tracks, a multimedia-section and MP3's. His first one,"Vestiges", was a great ambient album in the style of Steve Roach. "Far Beyond The Immobile Point" goes even deeper, much deeper. The album contains no rhythms and is filled with very intense and sometimes rather dark andlong-stretched sounds. Great examples of this are "The Threshold" and"Soundless Sign" which, to me, sounds like a soundtrack for a movie about the prehistoric. To my opinion, the best track is "Invisible Jewell" which has some traces of the recent music of Robert Rich. The title track is with 20:13 minutes the longest piece on the CD. It follows the path of the other music but with some more drama to it. This is one of the best ambient/space-albums I've ever heard. "

 

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