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Jo Yun - Mobius Strip

Click on the album cover to hear a RealAudio sample.

I would have to say that the music on this album has a cinematic quality to it. The focus here is on mood and atmosphere, rather than complexity. So the music has a slow, unhurried, feel to it that might remind listeners of Pink Floyd. You never feel like Jo Yun is trying to rush through the various sections. "Part IV" has beautiful female vocals sung in Korean, but the rest of the album is all instrumental consisting of guitar, modern keyboards, midi and real percussion, and bass. Many people have complained about the packaging. While the packaging is of high-quality, it's hard to get to the CD. Overall, this CD should appeal to soundtrack, and ambient fans.