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This 1998 album, a follow up to 96's 'Sum Of The Few', confirmed HDU's unique existence on the musical map.

Focusing themselves on obtaining maximum freedom in the studio, HDU recorded live and direct into a computer hard-drive and used the pro-tools system to allow concise editing and overdubbing of their organic jams.

It may be partly computer-generated but HDU's music is so elemental that the only metaphors to make sense of this band come from nature. This is true right from the album opening, with "Space Blues" rolling towards the listener like thunder before flowing into the pastoral "Deleuzion"...

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