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Album Review

Following the breakup of the trip-hop group Sneaker Pimps, guitarist Chris Corner went on to make solo material under the name IAMX. For his fifth outing, Unified Field, beats are still the cornerstone of his songs, but he branches out with lush, idiosyncratic Brit-pop instrumentation. His voice alternates between angelic cabaret crooning and alt-rock howling, and has a Jeff Buckley quality about it that can be polarizing, but the complex production and songwriting are very impressive throughout.

Customer Reviews


I admit it's good


this is a great album, the music travels to many different places and does so in an elegant fashion.

Emotional, Beautiful, Symphonic

Every album is so amazing!! And this album did not disappoint! After first discovering IAMX with Kingdom Of Welcome Addiction I have become a fan and find myself in awe of the emotional capacity with every album. While The Unified Field has a smoother tone to it. To its core it is raw and packs the emotional grit that true IAMX lovers resonate with, The title song Unified Field is a beautiful message and is delivered it in a unique and absolutely masterful way like any great symphony. This music is a gift and is real even if you are the only one that can hear it.


Formed: 2003 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Sneaker Pimps founding member Chris Corner began performing as the drippingly seductive electro-pop persona IAMX in 2004. Named after the Sneaker Pimps album Becoming X, Corner had effectively become "X," which he described as an ever-changing variable. Adopting the trappings of mid-'80s electro-pop and new wave acts like New Order, the Cure, and Depeche Mode with his pounding, reverb-swathed, synth-washed compositions, Corner's work as IAMX represented a notable departure from his work with the...
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