Meltdown - White
Noise For two weeks I've been forced to listen to the same trance album over and over again. It's my neighbour who lives under me that is the criminal. I'm quite tired of that record now so when I got Meltdown's CD 'White' in my mail I was quite happy. My neighbor isn't that happy about it though. Anyway, the record is delivered in a milk white jewel case and the only clue to what's inside is the small text in the bottom right corner that says: "Meltdown - White". But only for those who are quick enough to order one of the 100 first copies, they are limited edition.

And why isn't my neighbor happy then? Maybe it's because Meltdown plays the charming kind of music that isn't meant to be for everyone. With a nice growling sound from the bass and nonrhythmic beats and variations the artist has managed to create a good mixture of chaotic and aggressive music that would make any noise lover cry of happiness.

I have to give this record a high rating since I think this is really good and something I want more of in the future. And due to the nice packing I rate it even higher.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Meltdown - White

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Released 2005 by Plutonium Distribution
For two weeks I've been forced to listen to the same trance album over and over again. It's my neighbour who lives under me that is the criminal. I'm quite tired of that record now so when I got Meltdown's CD 'White' in my mail I was quite happy. My neighbor isn't that happy about it though. Anyway, the record is delivered in a milk white jewel case and the only clue to what's inside is the small text in the bottom right corner that says: "Meltdown - White". But only for those who are quick enough to order one of the 100 first copies, they are limited edition.

And why isn't my neighbor happy then? Maybe it's because Meltdown plays the charming kind of music that isn't meant to be for everyone. With a nice growling sound from the bass and nonrhythmic beats and variations the artist has managed to create a good mixture of chaotic and aggressive music that would make any noise lover cry of happiness.

I have to give this record a high rating since I think this is really good and something I want more of in the future. And due to the nice packing I rate it even higher.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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