So sit back, shut your eyes and dream.
“Since 1980, LPD have created some of the most enigmatic and challenging compositions in modern music. The uniqueness of their work is due in large part to its omnivorous ability to consume and transform a variety of styles into a new, cohesive entity. The introverted folk of Nick Drake may be found here, as well as the graphic cyberpunk nightmares of Frank Tovey (Fad Gadget), not to mention the rhythmic permutations of Philip Glass. From Beefheart to Brahms, the sources of LPD\'s quicksilver soundscapes are myriad. What holds them all together is Ka-Spel\'s dense lyricism and grim obsessions.” – ROLLING STONE
“Since their first recordings dating back to 1982, the LPD have been making introspective and experimental music questioning the concepts of religion, science fiction, nature, politics, thought, emotion, and self. Utilizing glacial rhythms, concentrating on keyboard sounds that other musicians discard as unusable, and topping it all off with the eerily haunting voice of Edward Ka-Spel, the LPD have managed to worm themselves into a niche solely their own. Listening to their music is more a long, insane, hallucinogenic acid trip through a demented carnival funhouse than it is a \"relaxing\" musical experience, but all the same, there\'s something seductive and alluring about it all.” – PITCHFORK