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I've been listening to Inlets constantly for 3 weeks now. Absolutely love Hum. Can't wait to check out their older stuff now. This album definitely has it's own identity, but for the sake of reference - imagine ISIS released Panopticon in the early 90s. Inlets releases in '94 as the optimal ripple of that album's influence. I say this only as a fun idea of their sound, from my perspective.
Hum - Inlets is an all time great for me, already. Brian Rossini