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I listened to nothing but this album for weeks after I got it. It's beautiful, haunting, and incredibly varied, and has a nice simpleness to it despite its subtle complexities. It's perfect for clearing your head, working through problems you're dealing with, meditating, or relaxing. I love driving with it playing. This is my favorite BT album since This Binary Universe. It's nothing like that album in its composition, so I'm not comparing it to that album at all, but This Binary Universe and Everything You're Searching for Is on the Other Side of Fear are the two BT albums that I've had the strongest connection with. Buy this record. It's wonderful in every way.
For those that like to have an enriched listening experience. An atmospheric balance of emotionally charged keys & strings. This is BT at his core. Not for those looking for his club tracks but for those of his orchestral works. From start to end you will find yourself in the mind of #TheMan. A sonic journey and one that will surely bring out all emotions.
Huge Surprise. Wasn't aware of THAT SIDE of BT. Mixture of Brian Eno and Art of Noise. Add some gorgeous string pieces, slow & floating piano, chorus and finished it up by some speaker rattling bass. LOVE IT.