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  • Summary: The third solo album from Seattle producer Steve Fisk (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Screaming Trees, Geraldine Fibbers), who has also recorded with the instrumental band Pell Mell.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. 80
    The sonic equivalent of a stolen gun with its numbers sanded off: sexy, groovy, mysterious, scary. [Apr 2001, p.94]
  2. One of the most bizarre things ever released by Sub Pop. [#154, p.80]
  3. 70
    Testing the limits of what people might want to hear at first, Fisk arguably re-educates us on what music is, and where it comes from, finding rhythm and melody in what many now call Intelligent Dance Music.
  4. 999 Levels of Undo shows that Fisk's transformation is still a work in progress, but when he's on, the record is right up there with any of Fisk's other accomplishments.
  5. Ultimately, 999 Levels of Undo is a fascinating study of a visionary musician -- unfortunately, it's not an especially compelling listen.