9 thoughts on “ Event Horizon - Peter Hammill - Singularity (CD, Album) ”
Event Horizon could be chamber music from a burnt-out basement, while, despite some chorister vocals, White Dot is creepiness incarnate. It’s not lacking in black humour though. Both Our Eyes Give It Shape and Famous Last Words partly address Hammill’s own standing in the rock pantheon, bemoaning a career ‘dead in the gutter’, while.
Thin Air is British singer-songwriter Peter Hammill's 32nd solo album, released on his own Fie! Records label in June It was additionally made available as digital download through Burning Shed Records. As on his previous release, Singularity, Hammill played all instruments, wrote all the songs and produced the album. The main theme of the album is disappearance, as Hammill told British Missing: Event Horizon.
Dense and unforgiving the reflection on matters post 9/11 and a feel of lost opportunity and some sort of purgatorial self examination make this the hardest song to listen to on the album. Overall an excellent record of Peter Hammill’s work in
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Peter Hammill's output in the late 80's through 90's is generally given mixed reviews (I'm honestly not familiar with it yet), but it seems he's been on an artistic resurgence in this decade. Certainly "Singularity", like Van der Graaf Generator's "Present" from , is evidence that Peter Hammill /5(9).