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Domestic version of the latest release form this popular band.
While a definite improvement over 1997's "i"!Chakra:Red!, "i"Eon:Eon, Project Pitchfork's seventh full-length, seems to run out of musical steam about three songs in. The rest of the disc chugs along dutifully, but the excitement is sparse and fitful. It's a shame, really, because the songs that do succeed here are among the best this German electro band has ever written. "Carnival" is particularly affecting, a haunted yet bouncy track whose melody lingers in the mind. "Realm Center" sees vocalist Peter Spilles attempt a smoldering sultriness, not unlike Dirk Ivens's (Dive) quieter moments, and on "Hunted" Pitchfork skillfully execute a classic Front 242-ism--the call-and-response chorus: "Trust means nothing here (I have to run) / Justice means nothing here (I have to run)," etc. Most of the other tracks succumb either to mediocrity or to childish heavy-metalisms, the notable exception being the thoughtful "I Live Your Dream." Ultimately, Eon:Eon would have made an excellent EP; instead it's a middling effort by a band whose best work is clearly behind them. "i"--Steve Landau
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