- Aug 30, 2006Yep - if there is one peice of advice I can give to anyone listening
to I Choose Noise for the first time...it's listen to it a few times
before making up your mind about the album/tracks.
There's a lot to take in on the first listen...so much detail. I
found that tracks that didn't do anything much for me on the first
listen became my favourite track on the third listen.
Have fun listening...I'm off to Amsterdam for a few days...I'll
leave you with your other lovely moderators...Nick and Alan :)
--- In HybridUK@yahoogroups.com, "Peter Chapman"
> It's taken quite a number of listens. At first it was pretty good,
> quality tracks but some of the harder ones (e.g. Hooligan Spirit)have taken
> quite a while to sink in. The album as a whole now is phenomenalif on first
> listen some of it washes over you, stick with it, it's well wellworth it,
> no where near as accessible as Wide Angle but the production isphenomenal
> and it's just a brilliant listening experience.the EP
> Last man standing just keeps getting better on every listen, when
> came out I kept skipping it thinking it went no where but the moreyou
> listen, the more you here all the intricacies, the tribal drumbeat is
> infectious as hell! I think my favourite track of the album isprobably
> until tomorrow, the build up is sublime and the acoustic naturesounds just
> beautiful, not what i expected from Hybrid, a really wickedsurprise. I'm
> dying to hear some of this live. Come on Distinctive, secret livegig in
> London or indeed any live gig within a 50 mile radius, prettyplease!
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