The hearts of Man or Astro-Man? may still be in outer space, but their sound expressions are coming down to earth. Other than the muffled intro track, "Pathway to the Infinite," the latest disc, "A Spectrum of Infinite Scale," has cleaner, more lucid moments for our limited human perceptions to grasp.
More than ever, the guitars are telling stories of adventure. Listen to "Preparation Clont" and hear Link Wray on a mission impossible. You still hear the classic Man or Astro-Man? sound peeking in and out. Ventures-itus is incurable.
"A Simple Text File" presents the sonic beauty of a dot-matrix printer at its best. Sometimes it takes an alien to show you how human you really are.
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