Dweller at the Threshold - Generation Transmission Illumination. 1998 USA

Intriguing album from Dweller at the Threshold who, despite possessing a full 3 piece unit and two guests, sound somewhat like a one man electronic album. In particular, I hear strong hints of Edgar Froese, and the album comes across like a cross between Ages and Pinnacles minus the psychedelic guitar (unfortunately). A band can do worse than that. A fine album for the style, though those looking for more active sequencing will need to move on to the next album in the stack. This is for EM fans who enjoy moody melody lines, and atmospheric sequences.

Personal collection
CD: 1998 Eurock

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