I'm afraid of the words...
One of the aforementioned listings magazines published today in the UK (The Times 'Play' supplement to be precise) has another glowing review of 'All Saints' written by Stephen Dalton. Here's a bit of what he had to say:
"In 1976 David Bowie baffled his fans by giving up cocaine-addled Hollywood stardom to make avant-garde pop albums in Berlin. Released in 1977, the partly instrumental Low and Heroes incensed the critics and initially sold poorly."
"With hindsight, though, their revolutionary blend of European electronic minimalism and rock guitars predicted everything from the post-punk synthesiser boom to armchair electronica."
"These records were the Kid A and Amnesiac of their day, except that Bowie was operating in a virtual vacuum far removed from Radiohead's fertile post-rock climate."
Stephen goes on to advise the 'Kid A' generation that the compositions that make up this "terrific retrospective", are "certainly worth rediscovering." But then again, you already knew that. 'All Saints' is released world-wide on July 23rd.