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Album Review

With prior albums such as The Coiled One, Spahn Ranch came close to releasing truly enjoyable, even accessible industrial, but missed the mark by clinging to dark imagery and dull sounds. Architecture shows a departure from gloom and an embrace of intelligent electronic rhythm styles like drum'n'bass and electro. This added diversity makes Architecture their strongest record, with highlights like "Monochrome" and the funky "Black Skinned Blue Eyed Boys." The music is less dense and the lyrics are nearly intelligible. Also included are instrumentals like "Incubate" that are exciting combinations of industrial dance and rave.


Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The industrial dance outfit Spahn Ranch was formed in 1992 by Matt Green and Rob Morton. The two had been writing songs together for nearly five years prior and had signed to Cleopatra to release a self-titled four-song EP that same year. In 1993, Athan Maroulis joined Spahn Ranch as vocalist and completed the group to issue their debut album Collateral Damage. Their sophomore effort, The Coiled One, appeared two years later in the midst of Morton leaving the band due to creative and logistical differences....
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