More Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art album cover
More Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art

Carl Craig

Planet E

Craig’s second artist album, released in 1997, is a high point in his extensive back catalogue. It’s confident, bold, progressive techno and electronica; much, but not all of it, targeted at home listeners rather than clubbers. Across sixteen tracks with eight of them coming in over six minutes long, he further developed his own idiosyncratic corner of techno, producing a mix of mournful electronic paeans, 4/4 soundscape techno and moody, brooding synthetic tracks that are difficult to categorise. Alternatively intense and gnarly, then dreamy and streamlined, More Songs… was an alternative view of what techno could be.

Harold Heath

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