anyway, my question is actually for elie:
Elie Landau in his review wrote:We start with Stop. When it begins, it is virtually unrecognizable as being performed by human beings. Without dredging up years old discussions of just how much processing and sampling is or isn't palatable or acceptable, I will say that when I'm listening to a cappella, I like to have at least some small reminder that there are people rendering the music — without the assurance of liner notes.
listening back to tracks on the album...that seems to be a strange one to call out for overproduction to me. just wondering what about it really tipped your ear too far? [just...all things considered with the rest of the disc...]
also, i will apologize that my evil twin Joseph Cannon apparently got a little too heavy-handed with the efx for you :-)