Bought (2o€ only!) this double Enon release, i really feel satisfied and happy. What You find with this release, is something pretty rich: on CD support there are 16 tracks, compendium of rarities, b-sides, unedit; on the other side, on DVD, there are all 6 videos (some are very nice, nothing to lose in comparison with Bjork 's ones), a documentary, a private movie, a live show, and flyers gallery. - While on most recent Hocus Pocus the Enon got a closed-up on Their art-rock soul, these tracks (except done for the opening Knock that Door, with a catchy strong bass riff), They take a frammentary picture of a fertile shots of pop experminents built through toy pianos, synth, electronica, sampled drums, and some home-made recordings.. Grain Of Assault sounds like a score for gameboy, kind of data-Music. Kanon may be a melody of Lali Puna, such it is perfect in sounds and percussions, - all enriched by sensuality of Toko Yasuda's voice. On Tilt You Up You can hear an éprouve of John Mershall jolly-joker soul, or You can hear Him singing on Adalania (Not So Fair) in a Velvet-ish lo-fi mood. - It's not a release suggested if You're new with this Band, but it's surely a gem to collect and enjoy with.
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