Six Cups of Rebel, by Lindstrom

With Six Cups of Rebel, his fourth solo album, Hans-Peter Lindstrom continues to explore the far reaches of the cosmic disco galaxy, this time using his voice for mantra-like effect. He repeatedly mutters “That feeling that you’ve been here before” on the therefore aptly titled “De Javu” that, following the five-plus minute keyboard crescendos of “No Release,” contains the album’s first definitive beat. And he continuously states “All I want is a quiet place to live,” on “Quite Place to Live,” which may not be unusual for this Norwegian dance producer, who owns a wooded cabin outside Oslo. “I don’t find that too weird for a dance track,” Lindstrom has said. “I mean, who hasn’t been to a disco, dancing to boring music, wishing to be some place else? I do that all the time.”

(Originally appeared in The Valley Advocate.)

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