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„The second part of the “In Another Land”-trilogy can be considered as the indispensable conceptual antipode to part I. It's everything that part I is not and vice versa. It's sculptural and it's not pursuing the idea of development, but it's neither static nor repetitive: The mostly short pieces, consisting of heavily treated snippets of recorded (electro-) acoustic instruments are circling around themselves, always aiming to show their core idea to the listener. The thing is the thing is the thing is the thing... just the perspective is changing." Kauders