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Dose anyone remember Psychic TV, Throbbing Gristle or The Genetic Terrorists? This is Chris grown up and ready to take on the world. Give it your deepest attention, you will enjoy it.

Simply Exquisite

As a long-time fan of Chris & Cosey (not to mention fellow TG off-shoots COIL and Psychic TV) I was thrilled when this album came out way back in '99 and I still listen to it. It's a favorite for unwinding, relaxing and focusing. To call it beautiful sounds trite, to say it's ambient is cliche. No, this album is exquisite: throbbing, skittering and pulsing with controlled abandon. Primal and organic, polished and fluid. This is a brilliant example of the musical master that Mr. Carter is. Enjoy. Peace.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Chris Carter (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards) turned a childhood hobby into a career. Born in Islington, London, England on January 28, 1953, Carter became enchanted with high-tech equipment early in his youth. When he was only a boy, Carter spent hours playing with a tape deck; his father would record family conversations and add sound effects to them, even changing speeds. At the age of 13, Carter fell in love with mixing electronic sounds. Carter joined a garage band called the Dragsters in 1967....
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