STRICTY LIMITED COLLECTOR'S VINYL+CD EDITION OF THE ALBUM OF THE SAME NAME.
- Transparent 2x12' vinyl
- Plus 3 bonus tracks
- 180g audiophile vinyl - German pressing!
- Sumptuous gatefold sleeve
- Printed inner sleeve and containing lyrics
- Printed vinyl labels
- CD #1 contains the studio album â€˜Continuum Ride'
- CD #2 contains 3 bonus tracks
- CDs in slipcase
- Strictly limited to 500 copies
ORIGINAL ALBUM INFO TEXT (2010):
'Dream, Tiresias!' was only the beginning. A serious shot across the bow for all those who already saw PROJECT PITCHFORK heading for an early retirement. In 2010, Peter Spilles takes the gloves off and gets down to business: Little more than a year after the impressive comeback success, the Dark Electro pioneer prepares for the mightiest strike so far. Seemingly out of nothing, PROJECT PITCHFORK fire 'Continuum Ride' out of their orbit, an album even a genius like Spilles was unlikely to make.
Hold tight when the living Electro legend takes off to a wild ride through the space-time continuum, to a journey through the cosmos of their own past, present and future. Instead of relying on old habits and the reverse gear, the oiled Pitchfork machine even shifts up a gear or two and refines the unique sound of their early masterpieces with a surprisingly modern diversity of ideas and a talent for big emotions that will transform every fervent worshipper of the pre 'Timekiller' era into sheer rapture. Tears of joy guaranteed.
Behind the stainless and admirable atmospheric production, 'Continuum Ride' offers shelter for tormented souls and a hideaway for all those plagued by soulless Electro commandos. 'Beholder' with these smartly marching beats and its synth virtuosity, the hypnotizing hookline in 'Dead Cities', a gripping salute to their own past, or the monumental 'Way Of The World' which will be defining a whole scene from now on: This infernally intense Electro trip makes you instantly forget time and space.
A Dark Electro release that is more monumental, more epic and more atmospheric is impossible to imagine. The scene has a new reference milestone - and PROJECT PITCHFORK again sit on the throne. Long live the king!