Album: "Christian Sex Loops" (1998)
Label: Doppler Effect Records
Style: Experimental electro
Songs: 12


Reviewed by: Darklight

Thine Eyes is an experimental electronic band. What this album mainly delivers is musical art instrumentals created with electronic sequencing, sampling and drum programming. There is some structure and tribal rhythms and beats, but for the most part this is experimental electronic sound effects and noises all thrown together to make for some really different music. There are some tracks here that actually include melodic male singing, but it's very soft and muffled in the background. There's some funk and sci-fi elements included as well to add even more variety. This album does have a lot of different things happening in it and that's what makes it interesting. I still wouldn't say that this music is my cup of tea, but I can see how it might appeal to someone. Most experimental electronic musical art bands just don't make any sense to me, but Thine Eyes is actually doing something quite creative and diverse. It might not be my thing, but I still respect it for what it is. At least I hear talent and skill in these songs. I can't really say the same for a lot of other acts out there doing similar music. However, this album also proves to me that Thine Eyes could indeed be a very good electro industrial or synth-pop band if they wanted to be. The music is very layered and the little singing included in some of these songs is very good. I personally think this is the direction that they should go in the future. But as far as experimental electro music goes, Thine Eyes is one of the best bands that I have heard. This album will hold your interest and make you want to come back for more.