Nowhere is this idea of acceptance clearer than on An Imaginary Country. In a sense the album evokes nothing so much as Hecker himself, diligently and intuitively molding his sounds through synthesizer, guitar and laptop, and as a result may be the most symbiotic album of the year.
Positive: 3 out of 3
Mixed: 0 out of 3
Negative: 0 out of 3
gerrygMar 15, 2009It's a solid well done album with a lot of soul.
RobinGMar 15, 2009Best ambient electronica ever recorded.
ericsJun 22, 2009All those reviews under 8 need to get there ears checked.
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