Fundamental Sound / Mirror Of Time
Album:Mirror Of Time Collection:Reggae
Artist:Fundamental Sound Added:May 2007
Label:Weaving Libra Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-06-10 Pull Date:2007-08-12 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Aug 12Aug 5Jul 29Jul 22Jul 15Jul 8Jul 1Jun 24

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You'll Stay
4.Feb 21, 2013:Happy Hour
The Zenith, A Million Times Before
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You'll Stay
5.Jun 01, 2012:Sunshine . . . in the Afternoon
My Day's Begun
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You'll Stay
6.Feb 20, 2012:Happy Hour
The Root

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2007-06-04 
Fundamental Sound – Mirror of Time
Reviewed by Sadie O., 5/30/07
Dub/Reggae/electronica/sound collage/jazz all done by one guy named Miles Rogers, with a female guest singer on two tracks. Some very nice beats, but sometimes I wish he’d done just instrumentals. The first 13 tracks (except interludes) are roots reggae at their basis, the last 5 are a bit jazzy, not reggae.
No FCCs that I heard. 6 and 15 are best, IMO.
1. *starts with whispers and electronic burbles – quite soft. Builds and recedes – bits of horn… beat starts a minute along. Downtempo one-drop with individual instruments, mellow.
2. Beeps – first heartbeat rhythm, then very fast, with processed vocals.
3. **midtempo skank with bits of spoken vocals repeated.
4. ***midtempo skank with rather robotic spoken word at intro. Nice juicy dub.
5. **pretty female vocals, downtempo dub skank.
6. ****simple one-drop intro, processed male vocals. Beat comes in after 30 seconds, wicked electronic midtempo dub. Sick!
7. 15 seconds of heavily processed female speaking.
8. **uptempo skank dub, but mellow and groovy, with lots of happy-sounding guitar.
9. **roots bubble with keyboard and bass – sweet and nice.
10. ***great midtempo bubble with bloopy bass noises. Female vocals – I kinda wish it was an instrumental, actually.
11. ***midtempo skank with melodica. Everyone does dub with melodica, and the infuriating thing is that it still sounds good.
12. **midtempo skank with male vocals in harmony. Much jauntier riddim than the lyrics would indicate.
13. ***midtempo skank – some fun keyboard sounds and dubby bits.
14. 9 seconds of overprocessed speech.
15. ****funky but laid-back midtempo strut – lots of interesting noises, lyrics seem to be a take-off on “Cisco Kid”.
16. *mellow and jazzy pianos and midtempo beat (not reggae), relaxed vocals.
17. ***cool downtempo riddim with slightly processed speech – I think this is Agnew’s “effect intellectual snobs” speech. LONG fade.
18. *extremely downtempo jazzy bounce with chimes and bass.
19. *random electronica, gradually forming into a hyperspeed something…. I’m pretty sure there were a lot of German groups doing this sort of thing back when I was dropping acid…

Track Listing
1.Today Is The Limit 10.All In Your Head
2.Interlude A 11.Kmb
3.Cocaine 12.A Million Times Before
4.The Root 13.Mirror Of Time
5.You'll Stay 14.Interlude C
6.Wicked System 15.West Los Kid
7.Interlude B 16.In Rewind
8.Shalowmar 17.The Zenith
9.Shine On Me 18.My Day's Begun
 19.Tornada Vin