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Uzect Plaush – Violet Cell Edit/Wind From Nowhere/Wetzone Rapture

Here is the first side of the vinyl version of Australian Paul Schütze’s ‘More Beautiful Human Life’ (1994) album, released under his Uzect Plaush moniker. This was ambient music that hinted at the Ambient Techno of acts such as The Orb et al, but had far more in common with John Hassell, as well as’My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts’ by Brian Eno & David Byrne; as well as being a contemporary of David Toop & Max Eastley’s lauded ‘Buried Dreams’ from the same year. This is lovely stuff; and (depending on personal tastes of course) gravitates on the right side of coffee table. Shame the fourth track isn’t here, as ‘The Falling Dream’ is probably the most astonishing track on the album.


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