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  1. Let's see if anyone's in the mood for a bit of discussion Simon Posford is one of the pioneers of electronic psychedelic music. Despite the fact that he's quite famous, even reaching mainstream audiences, I really like the bulk of his work, both uptempo and downtempo. So without further ado, my favourite uptempo Posford release is probably The Lone Deranger, but only marginally so. Twisted, as well as the Beast and North Central Positronics EPs are also great but TLD is the one with the perfect balance between straight goa and experimentation. My favourite downtempo release is probably Shpongle's Tales of the Inexpressible. There's nothing downtempo he has had input in that I don't love, including Hallucinogen in Dub's studio album, Younger Brother's first two releases, the Celtic Cross album and even the Eclipse compilation, but Shpongle is the project that has consistently pushed boundaries and released quality music. The reason I said TotI is that there's a lot of variety on that one and there's not one tune I could do without. AYS is amazing but limited musically; NLbNIL has some skippable tunes in the second half; IMfS I wouldn't miss the first half of Shpongolese... and the whole last track; MoC lacks depth in places; and CIV I haven't fully grasped yet.
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