So Beautiful People Look Away Electro, Industrial VTG Lawrence Stone, or VTG that is his artiest name got a long musical education behind from, he got a degree from Berklee College of Music for instance. He has written music the last nine years so you could say that he is an experienced composer. And you can hear it too, the music shows clearly what he want, but sometimes I wonder if he's not just standing in the same place not getting anywhere. The music is easiest classified as trip hop or electro rock, or why not Marilyn Manson's contribution to Hit's For Kids. Well, sometimes the music feels boring and not very progressive in any way, I'd rather say it just is there and nothing happens. I think this record is very unbalanced since almost 70% of the songs aren't very exiting at all. But then there is two three tracks that are really great. This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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VTG - So Beautiful People Look Away

Lawrence Stone, or VTG that is his artiest name got a long musical education behind from, he got a degree from Berklee College of Music for instance. He has written music the last nine years so you could say that he is an experienced composer. And you can hear it too, the music shows clearly what he want, but sometimes I wonder if he's not just standing in the same place not getting anywhere.

The music is easiest classified as trip hop or electro rock, or why not Marilyn Manson's contribution to Hit's For Kids. Well, sometimes the music feels boring and not very progressive in any way, I'd rather say it just is there and nothing happens. I think this record is very unbalanced since almost 70% of the songs aren't very exiting at all. But then there is two three tracks that are really great.

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

John Wikström

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