||'Edge of Human', which was originally going to be called
'Monolith', is Bekki's fourth studio album. As with Bekki's previous albums, several
tracks from 'Edge of Human' have been included on a variety of compilation albums from around the globe.
noted by AD Music, this release could almost be viewed as Bekki's third album rather than
her fourth, as with only a few exceptions the tracks on this album bridge the 7-year gap
between Shadow of the Wind and Innersense. Originally intended for release in 2001, this
album even contains one track that pre-dates her debut album Elysian Fields!
The music on 'Edge of Human' is typically Bekki in style and once again sees her making
use of live acoustic instruments, in this case flute and acoustic guitar (the latter can
be heard to great effect on her favourite track, 'Ephemeris'). However, unlike her classic
album Innersense, 'Edge' concentrates as much on the
synthetic as the symphonic. Full of rich melodies and intricate sequencing, the album is
sure to endear itself to fans of her previous releases.