Another concept piece from Ulver. This time blending live recorded improvisational soundscapes and pieces of other albums, blended in the studio to make an interesting listen as well as a tapestry of ambient background sounds.
The Assassination of Julius Ceasar
I respect Ulver in their high quality endeavours through which ever genre they do, and this record is of the same high quality. But after listening to it intensely, I find that the suspense and atmosphere of Ulver is ever present but the glossy '80s pop topping does ruin it for me a bit.