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NRS - Kick Drum Inertia (LPS)

psyreviews
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Posted : Dec 19, 2004 20:34
Neural Rectifier Syndrome
Kick Drum Inertia
Last Possible Solution (UK)

Following on from the Last Possible Solution’s outstanding debut release Unhinged, NRS return from a too-long break with an outstanding album of tree-frightening full power trance. Antistress sets up as we mean to go on with a deliriously swirling mix of harsh noises, twists and turns, all brought together with a deep, rich bassline. Technophobiac is a more subtle, atmospheric tune that takes its time before peaking at a delicious break, before smashing in with a lysergic topend that falls over like yer granny does when she’s been at the ketamine. Laups Senip has a sort of tim burton / music box sort of melody somewhere in there… Nightmare Before Christmas, anyone? It soups up into the most delightfully rude, pleasantly delirious mashfest, and I like it. Lots. Meselobyte Box has delicious keychanges and sweeps, and Rise Of The Black Bin Bags flanges the fuck out of you before crunching in bigstyle with an utterly brilliant, loveable-criminal style stomper. Registered Users opens with a more “standard” psytrance rolling-bassline, though we don’t expect for a second that NRS will take it that way. And indeed: more caustic catscratch, more devilish delirium, and a final run that has me grinning like the idiot I am. Means To An End is proper outdoor madness the way it should be, Isolation is like a 25th centuary new-tokyo nightmare, and Resurge Pt 2 slows things down to an almost digidub pace, leaving more room for the sounds to breathe… a very tasty move for NRS, which works incredibly f*ing well thankyou very much. Finally Laups Senip Reprise closes the album off in a delightfully unnerving way, reminding me to keep this CD far out of reach of children (a warning which LPS should really have thought about putting on the album cover.) In short, I love this. And you will too. End of.



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1. Antistress
2. Technophobiac
3. Laups senip
4. Meselobyte box
5. Rise of the black bin bags
6. Registered users
7. Means to an end
8. Isolation
9. Resurge part 2
10. Laups senip reprise
Dj Chris Planet
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Posted : Dec 25, 2004 13:00
I had the pleasure of hearing this round at pauls place. It is one fine album with some guaranteed Dance floor fillers and fantastic production on the whole album.

A must for any serious psychedelic music collectors and Djs

Keep up the good work paul look forward to hearing more from you.
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lokus
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Posted : Dec 26, 2004 11:26
Quote:

A must for any serious psychedelic music collectors and Djs


very true
this one is a dancefloor bomber!
the second outstanding release from "last possible solution"...
if ya like minimal techy psy and great production skill
you gonna love this one!!

keep it up to that level and beyond!
excellent album           - last possible solution
- trick music
- ambivalent records
myspace.com/lokuz

ps: y trance?
biggins


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Posted : Dec 27, 2004 01:46
ito:

this is wikkid stuff, good powerful night-time psy
maximaxxxx


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Posted : Dec 28, 2004 11:01
i love this album. the best buy of this month.

very dark tech style. cannot get enough of it.

good work NRS !!!
Sarasin


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Posted : Dec 28, 2004 12:40
booooka!

Good SHIT Paul!!

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mubali
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Posted : Dec 30, 2004 20:03
Indeed... I was waiting for this guy to release an album for quite some time now, and this one does not disappoint.           An Eagle may soar, but Weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
CLAW
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Posted : Dec 31, 2004 12:09
Indeed!!!
Some interesting job there...
Good work

          
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Dai
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Dai aka Amatti

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Posted : Jan 19, 2005 09:16
I should have bought it last year, so I could vote as best album of the year, insted of Deviant Species. Track 6 Registered User could have been the best track, either. It grows on me really well, each track has interesting progression. Amazing work, Paul. Cannot wait to have next LPS releases.

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lokus
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Posted : Jan 20, 2005 12:28
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On 2005-01-19 09:16, Dai wrote:
I should have bought it last year, so I could vote as best album of the year, insted of Deviant Species. Track 6 Registered User could have been the best track, either.


i totally agree!
this would also be my best album for 2004.
and track 6 is a rare masterpiece
boom
          - last possible solution
- trick music
- ambivalent records
myspace.com/lokuz

ps: y trance?
Basilisk
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Posted : Jan 20, 2005 18:02
It goes boom.
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Posted : Jan 23, 2005 13:46
the album has the atmosphere of a horror-movie, mysterious, dark, with the unexpected right behind the corner to freak you out of your senses

great stuff!
kabooki_cat


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Posted : Jan 29, 2005 12:17
Good album. very stomping. I like 5,6,7 but most are very good. almost minimal, but makes me rock out.

Basilisk
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Posted : May 6, 2005 20:57
NO, WAIT! I totally revise my opinion... I found it lacklustre before, but now I find this to be stellar! I guess I just have to be in the right mood for it... now I'm totally into it - lots of great atmospheres here, and its all so bloody clean and precise even as it is hard and nasty. Part of it was buying this CD on a whim and mixing it up with some of the other "darkpsy" stuff out there - the quality of this blows them all away... Rise of the Black Bin Bags and Registered Users are two highlights but all of these will do the job out on the floor... in summary - this is fucken dope!
damage
damage

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Posted : May 7, 2005 06:22
Quote:

On 2005-05-06 20:57, basilisk wrote:
NO, WAIT! I totally revise my opinion... I found it lacklustre before, but now I find this to be stellar! I guess I just have to be in the right mood for it... now I'm totally into it - lots of great atmospheres here, and its all so bloody clean and precise even as it is hard and nasty. Part of it was buying this CD on a whim and mixing it up with some of the other "darkpsy" stuff out there - the quality of this blows them all away... Rise of the Black Bin Bags and Registered Users are two highlights but all of these will do the job out on the floor... in summary - this is fucken dope!





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