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Richard H. Kirk, who currently records under the name Sandoz, was a founding member of the legendary Sheffield band Cabaret Voltaire in the early '70s. Originally a punk band and then an experimental electronic outfit, Cabaret Voltaire was hugely influential on both sides of the Atlantic. As a solo artist, though, Kirk has shown a marked affinity for the dubwise reggae of King Tubby, Lee "Scratch" Perry, and Scientist, and his second album under the Sandoz name finds him paying tribute to those forebears with a program of solid, if not exactly groundbreaking, electronic dub. The album opens on an underwhelming note with the rather pedestrian "Africa (Jahsay)," but quickly picks up speed with the horn-laden "Monopolize and Destroy," and with "Strike Fire," which is built on a sort of modified rockers beat complete with flying cymbals. "Civilisation Means Manners (Means Discipline)" is a fine Afrocentric treat, and "Sit in Judgment" offers the album highlight with its fiery horn offbeats. "Spiritual Communication" comes across as a bit cold and sterile, and "I and I Meditation" is just an alternate mix (and not a particularly exciting one) of "Africa (Jahsay)." But "Thousand Year Dread" finishes things off with a bang, with a more complex and faintly nyahbinghi-influenced percussion sound. Not bad at all.


Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Former Cabaret Voltaire member Richard H. Kirk is widely regarded as contemporary techno's busiest man, a distinction he's picked up via a release schedule that keeps discographers sweating and die-hard fans near bankruptcy. No doubt that work ethic developed during Kirk's time with CV, who, in their nearly 20 years together, released as many albums and even more EPs. Kirk's not far behind as a solo artist, splitting just over half that total between his three ongoing projects — Sandoz, Electronic...
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