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Robert Hood
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June 2010
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Robert Hood returns after last year's `Minimal Nation' re-issue with his new artist album `Omega'. The album is based on the 1971 classic science fiction film, `The Omega Man' starring Charlton Heston  The album is not intended as an exact soundtrack to run alongside the original film, but Hood was heavily influenced by the movie and has used it as his inspiration..


Tracks such as `Are You God ?' delve into the `messiah complex' of Charlton Heston's last man on earth battle to save humankind from the infected inhabitants of the planet whilst the album's preceding single `Alpha' is dancefloor minimalism at its finest ' yet another lesson in stripped down machine funk. Floating between cinematic experimentalism `The Plague (Cleansing Maneuvers)', low-key, reductionist grooves `The Workers of Iniquity' and pure dancefloor adrenalin rush `Omega (End Times)' Hood gives us another minimal masterpiece. 

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  1. 1 Alpha (The Beginning) 1:36 Robert Hood Buy
  2. 2 The Plague (Cleansing Maneuvers) 4:42 Robert Hood Buy
  3. 3 Towns that Disappeared Completely 7:45 Robert Hood Buy
  4. 4 Alpha 8:43 Robert Hood Buy
  5. 5 Think Fast 5:12 Robert Hood Buy
  6. 6 The Workers of Iniquity 6:20 Robert Hood Buy
  7. 7 Are you God ? 6:20 Robert Hood Buy
  8. 8 The Family Watches 7:10 Robert Hood Buy
  9. 9 War in the Streets 5:35 Robert Hood Buy
  10. 10 Saved by the Fire 6:56 Robert Hood Buy
  11. 11 The Wheels of Escape 6:09 Robert Hood Buy
  12. 12 Omega (End Times) 9:35 Robert Hood Buy

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