Steve Roach   Traveler
Release Date: 1983

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0.0 hyperion EMERITUS | August 9th 14

you know all these new progressive electronic revival guys? you know the ones who turn on
their arpeggiators and drench it in reverb and delay and layer everything and it sounds all
cool? well forget tangerine dream or any of those other germans, this is where those guys
get both their musical sensibilities and aesthetic from.

songs on this album sound like they could have come directly from an OPN compilation or
something. not to mention there are even hints as the kind of bleepy sound the early 90's
UK idm scene would appropriate almost a decade later. most people are familliar with
structures from silence, but this is a completely different beast entirely.

can something be prophetic while still being obscure? who knows, but this is beyond good,
especially the title track. that's surely what i would consider something of a lost

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3.0 goodscaruffi | March 11th 17
2.5 averagevast knowledge of things that don't matter | February 13th 16
3.0 goodomegaswitch33 | September 5th 15
4.0 excellentSnowdog808 | March 9th 15
4.0 excellentTimothy Michael James Eugene Stephan Wilbert Bartolini III | June 24th 13

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