With "Polyglophone", originally released in 1997 on Geometrik and deleted for almost ten years, EG go back to the contundency and agressivity of their first records. This album carries out the potential expected from Esplendor Geometrico: mechanical industrial rhythms, both hypnotic and minimalist, patterns of percussion, a clear flavor of the middle east and the characteristic presence of recorded voices from various origins. Arturo Lanz sings on the track "Hemen Nago", something he did not do on EG records from the times of "Mekano Turbo" back in 1988, even if during performances he used to sing on most tracks.
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|InfraRot item number:||2687.020|
|Label's catalogue number:||GR14|