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Album Review

Quality dance music, though a bit tame in regard to most productions coming out of the electronica scene, Wavebreaks is closer to an instrumental pop album than anything else, with an abundance of melodies but comparative lack of innovation. Several tracks feature a bit more, like the moderate breakbeats of "Da Blues," but the presence of a few downers make the album not much more than a pleasant listening experience.


Formed: 1991 in London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Salt Tank possesses an instinct for beautiful techno and trance akin to Orbital though their focus on hard-hitting techno and live-show performance (with guitars and drum kits as well as synthesizer banks) puts them more in line with Underworld. Formed by Malcolm Stanners and David Gates with Andrew Rose added later for an in-concert slant, the trio recorded several singles before signing to Internal Records and finding a surprise British Top 40 single in "Eugina." Originally, Stanners and Gates...
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