|Studio album by Fat Jon the Ample Soul Physician|
|Released||April 30, 2002|
|Producer||Fat Jon the Ample Soul Physician|
|Fat Jon the Ample Soul Physician chronology|
|CMJ New Music Report||favorable|
Wave Motion is a 2002 studio album by Fat Jon the Ample Soul Physician. It consists of tracks from his two previously released EPs, Dyslexic and Stasis.It peaked at number 19 on CMJ's Hip-Hop chart.
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Martin Woodside of AllMusic gave the album 4.5 stars out of 5, describing it as "a mellow, moody instrumental collection comprised of sleepy soul and down-tempo funk." He said, "The beats are crisp but light, and the vibe is extremely laid-back." Paul Cooper of Pitchfork gave the album an 8.2 out of 10, saying, "Fat Jon is a conscientious and gifted producer with a talent for creating tracks that work on multiple levels simultaneously. He said, "Wave Motion isn't an accessory or an alternative like so many instrumental albums; Wave Motion is a serious proposition and a statement not only of Fat Jon's studio abilities but also of his introspective aesthetic."
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|2.||"Feel the Void"||3:21|
|10.||"Automated Life Machines"||3:43|
|13.||"Trust You" (Japanese edition bonus track)||3:29|
|14.||"Rain Dance (Instrumental Mix)" (Japanese edition bonus track)||7:36|
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