Limbonius - Reflexion

Monday 1st March 2004
Limbonius - Reflexion
Limbonius - Reflexion

STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 9248-8966
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album

Reviewed by Steve Best

Hmm. Canadian dance music. Don’t hear that much, do we? But I’ve got to say that Mark Klassen and Cale Stanage not only possess a natty line in ‘eadgear, but they have also put together an artful and value-for-money-packed (21 tracks amounting to 80 minutes running time, kids) collection of electro stompers, trance, classical pastiche and a touch of ambient. Okay, so it’s not exactly Andy Hunter, but Limbonius should be credited for variety. Standouts for me are the Shamen-esque “Urban Jungle”, the thumping “Jesus Dance” and the spacious “Time (Final Cut)”. All rather splendid really.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Tyler in Nelson @ 16:43 on Aug 10 2006

I love it. It gives you this mellow felling of god's presence. I seriously recomend it.
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