Mindless Faith - Momentum
EBM, Electro Mindless Faith released their debut album year 2000 and it was called 'Manifest Destiny'. After their debut, they have contributed on several different collection albums and they have made several live appearances. And now they have released their second album 'Momentum'.

'Momentum' feels alive and energetic with dance friendly beats. The music is a mix of trance, EBM and some experimental progressions that make this album perfect for people that like dancing. Tracks like "Singular" and "Momentum" are perfect floor-fillers for example.

But the album also contains slower tracks with more relaxed music. The last song on the album is called "Inevitability" and it's a gentle song with soothing tunes. This song and the songs that are already mentioned are the best on this album. Unfortunately, the album has one or two not so exciting songs that make the grade go down, but the music is still that interesting to make me want to listen some more.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Mindless Faith - Momentum

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2004 by Dependent Records
Mindless Faith released their debut album year 2000 and it was called 'Manifest Destiny'. After their debut, they have contributed on several different collection albums and they have made several live appearances. And now they have released their second album 'Momentum'.

'Momentum' feels alive and energetic with dance friendly beats. The music is a mix of trance, EBM and some experimental progressions that make this album perfect for people that like dancing. Tracks like "Singular" and "Momentum" are perfect floor-fillers for example.

But the album also contains slower tracks with more relaxed music. The last song on the album is called "Inevitability" and it's a gentle song with soothing tunes. This song and the songs that are already mentioned are the best on this album. Unfortunately, the album has one or two not so exciting songs that make the grade go down, but the music is still that interesting to make me want to listen some more.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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