Just slightly more track-oriented than listeners would expect from an experimental producer, Marco Passarani's Unspeakable Future Outbreak collects 11 tracks of seriously unhinged tracks from one of Europe's lesser-heard electro figures. There's plenty of good music here, excellent productions like the opener "EE5," which hits listeners with several sets of mechanical percussion, digital pulses, and out-of-joint beats that sound closer to trip-hop than straight-ahead techno. "NNø" begins as a beatless piece with experimental underpinnings, but quickly goes haywire (yes, in a good way) with bursts of radical programming.
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AllMusic Review by John Bush