Exodus - Music Review
- 2002 15 Oct
Devoid of lyrics—except for brief, repeated, praise-oriented exclamations and raps scattered throughout the 60-plus minute disc—Andy Hunter focuses on creating relentless, trancelike rhythms and orchestral, keyboard-driven melodies, all while gradually building thick walls of sound on each song.
The resulting, almost wordless record is a strange instrumental album for the church, as the track-by-track effect is at once attention-getting and oddly soothing.
Exodus is current and cool, though for trance and house lovers only.
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