(known in the demo scene as Jester of Sanity:
Volker Tripp, a.k.a. Oddjob, a.k.a.
"Jester/Sanity" from the demo-scene, is here with
an interesting album of electronic music that pushes the
boundaries of electro, ambient, techno, industrial and experimental
On this album often the electronic drums
provide a holding point, a balancing thread in an often
strange and alien atmospheres in weird, ambient soundscapes.
With the exception of the energetic opening track, this
album is fairly abstract, sometimes strangely relaxing and
sometimes deeply disturbing. There are no sudden breaks;
instead the music flows through slowly developing moods
and atmospheres, from light to darkness.
This albums in on CD-Recordable. But
it's nicely made with colour printed cover and colour label
on the CD. Each individual copy is hand made by Oddjob himself,
making this CD a nice collectors item.