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What Do You Suppose

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What Do You Suppose? is a bit of a departure for Rapoon (aka Robin Storey). It is a mixed bag of sorts. He combines his electro-tribal style with ethnic overtones and some eerie atmospheres. He plays it against an outrageous alarmist speech about covert government activities, aliens from outer space, and UFOs. The speech is purportedly serious so it comes across as satirical and funny instead of dire and foreboding, which is what its intent was. Storey has composed a sarcastic soundscape to surround the twisted tale. The atmospheres weave in and around the speech with hints of mischief and feigned angst. Storey is poking fun at this jerk with some excellent music and perfect timing. There are no discs remotely comparable — a true sign of greatness.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Rapoon was the ethno-ambient solo project of :zoviet*france: co-founder Robin Storey, born in 1955 in Cumbria, England. While studying fine arts at Sunderland University, he began pursuing a long-held interest in sound manipulation by taking classes in electronic and experimental composition, additionally joining with friends to perform the works of Karlheinz Stockhausen (a key influence, as were the Krautrock bands of the early 1970s). In 1979 Storey formed the pioneering industrial group :zoviet*france:,...
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