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Album Review

Two years on from their third album Abduction, Eat Static's Science of the Gods shows a marked improvement over the duo's previous output. Adding a few impressive breakbeats tied to both jungle and hip-hop, but never sacrificing their allegiance to psychedelic and alien-obsessed techno/trance, Science of the Gods hits several highpoints, including "Interceptor," "Contact..." and "Bodystealers."


Formed: 1989 in Frome, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s

A techno-based, UFO-obsessed side project of Ozric Tentacles' Merv Pepler (keyboards, drum patterns, samplers) and Joie Hinton (keyboards, samplers) along with synth player Steve Everitt, Eat Static formed in Frome, England in 1989. After making their initial appearances performing before and after Ozric shows, Eat Static issued their first few singles on their own Alien label before signing to Planet Dog, debuting with the album Abduction in 1993. The follow-up, 1994's Implant, proved so successful...
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