Nurse With Wound   Who Can I Turn To Stereo
Release Date: 1996

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4.5 superbDecomposingHorse | June 18th 13

Steven Stapleton proves himself capable of creating music that sounds as if it were multiple samples put on a magnetic tape and sent alone into a 3-dimensional world generated by an early 32-bit computer, to have it come out as a perfectly-timed and assembled piece of music that has adopted the computer's electronic world of depth.
The words spoken flow along with the richly textured, less abrasive industrial fare, and they take the concept of abstract art in multiple directions—which is to say, it does not leave you in one spot the whole time. This album is an ambient work that is very atmospheric, captivating, and enjoyable; almost every track stands out like the contrast one would get from seeing a thick layer of chocolate-colored pastel on a sheet of beige construction paper set in front of a window, in-between a palm tree and an oak tree in a hand-drawn office—it's not a mess, and it's not all the same.


3.5 greatsovietstrudelmeister | September 18th 17
4.0 excellentSp00kyGr00ves | February 25th 17
3.5 greatVagitarianZombie | August 28th 16
3.0 goodmistercb | February 18th 16
4.5 superbawful thing | January 4th 16
4.5 superbeskioma | November 21st 15
4.0 excellentuser | November 15th 15
3.5 greatDisciplineRecords | May 28th 15
4.5 superbValekHalfHeart | January 11th 15
4.5 superbSithese | December 31st 14
4.5 superbfuzzbutt | December 29th 14
4.0 excellentRevastran | July 9th 14
4.0 excellenthelpoemer420 | June 7th 14
4.5 superbhevnbsideu | January 3rd 13
4.0 excellentBlade86 | October 18th 11

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