The range of music found on this album is quite similar to those on “Collection Volume Two”. Again, the lengthier pieces on it are the best, with cracking pieces such as the opener “Space Junk” and the vibrant and tasty “Analogue Satourn” that graced the E-Live 2009 sampler for over 27 minutes.
The unreleased mellotron piece “Gods and Diodes” is another fine effort, which also goes for the great freeform spherescape “One Evening in May part two” (also previously unreleased) on which the Free System Project-guys joined Mr Pollard in the studio.
Despite the nice “Ricochet”-sequencing heard on “Radiant Transmission Live Segment”, the track doesn’t really work for me, which is all due McCarroll’s too loud and freaky e-guitar work.
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