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Reverence
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Reverence (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 204. Rel: 19 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Reverence (12:10)
  2. Reverence (drum meditation) (7:50)
  3. Reverence (synthapella) (4:57)
Remembrance EP
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 210. Rel: 06 Feb 17
Deep House
  1. Remembrance (9:39)
  2. Rejoice (7:49)
  3. Rejoice Prayer (5:55)
Pest Control EP
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 213. Rel: 22 May 17
Deep House
  1. Pest Control (9:17)
  2. In The Red (feat Entro Senestre) (7:05)
  3. Standing On The Corner (5:24)
Comfort Zone
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Cat: MM 217. Rel: 02 Oct 17
Deep House
  1. Comfort Zone (8:07)
  2. Educate The Heart (6:15)
  3. Pressure (5:53)
Review: Prolific New Zealanders Chaos In The CBD have yet to put a foot wrong, with their infrequent outings on Mule Musiq consistently impressing. For this third outing on the acclaimed Japanese label, they wisely showcase the subtle variety within their always atmospheric and melodious productions. In practice, that means hazy, tropical-tinged dream house opener "Comfort Zone" - as languid, loose and snuggly as anything the duo has released to date - being followed by the dubbed-out, late night hypno-house vibes of "Educate The Heart". They then break up the beats a little on the brilliant dub house/jazz house fusion of "Pressure". In other words, it's another must-have EP from the Kiwi twosome.
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5
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5 (CD)
Cat: MMCD 48. Rel: 29 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. In The Mist Of Sunrise
  2. Manifestations Taking Place
  3. The Art Of Regeneration
  4. The Law Of Correspondence
  5. The Relm Of Possibilty
  6. The Otherness Dub
  7. Platinum Soul
  8. Visions Of You
  9. Infinite Love
  10. Cycles Of Life
  11. Sleepless In Shibuya
Review: Here's something guaranteed to ensure a rush of excitement in deep house heads everywhere: a brand new album from much-loved U.S producer Fred P. It's the first under the previously unused F.P-Oner alias, and his first studio outing since 2013's Black Jazz Chronicles set, Codes & Metaphors. Unsurprisingly, the simply titled 5 is as inspired, sumptuous and melodious as you'd expect, with gentle dub house, jazz and - in the case of the wonderful "Infinite Love" - Detroit techno influences. While much of the album is slinky, sensual and ultra-deep (see the fabulous "Visions of You" and "Sleepless in Shibuku"), there are a couple of thrillingly percussive moments to get the pulse racing, including the African-influenced tribal workout "The Realm of Possibility".
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6
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6 (CD)
Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 55. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. Awakening Co Creator
  2. Kundalini Rising
  3. Declacified
  4. New Life Form
  5. Learning Process
  6. Adjusted Perception
  7. Gather Strenght
  8. Alternate Reality
  9. Reap Love
  10. Things To Come
  11. Vision In Osaka
Review: The last time we heard Fred P under his FP-Oner guise was for an album, the minimally named 5, which came out on Japan's powerful Mule Musiq stable. As such, FP-Oner returns with 6 for the same label, carrying a similar load of molecular deep house music coated in a distinctive sci-fi kinda feel. This is what Fred P does best; that is, constructing intricate patterns of sound and giving them a shape through house. In other words, each of these eight tunes tell a much more interesting story than the dancefloor and, instead, they force the listener to enter a world of its own, guided by airy, mystical synths and plenty of electronic manipulation. Excellent, as always, Mr P.
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6
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6 (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 200. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. Awakening Co Creator (5:23)
  2. Kundalini Rising (7:16)
  3. New Life Form (6:28)
  4. Learning Process (6:32)
  5. Gather Strenght (7:21)
  6. Reap Love (6:32)
  7. Alternate Reality (6:54)
  8. Things To Come (5:20)
Review: The last time we heard Fred P under his FP-Oner guise was for an album, the minimally named 5, which came out on Japan's powerful Mule Musiq stable. As such, FP-Oner returns with 6 for the same label, carrying a similar load of molecular deep house music coated in a distinctive sci-fi kinda feel. This is what Fred P does best; that is, constructing intricate patterns of sound and giving them a shape through house. In other words, each of these eight tunes tell a much more interesting story than the dancefloor and, instead, they force the listener to enter a world of its own, guided by airy, mystical synths and plenty of electronic manipulation. Excellent, as always, Mr P.
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7
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7 (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 216. Rel: 28 Aug 17
Deep House
  1. Smiles (7:04)
  2. Cosmic Waters (6:50)
  3. Follow The Sound (5:28)
  4. Traveling Zones (7:13)
  5. Light Years (feat Minako) (10:59)
  6. Simple Things (6:05)
  7. Arigato (6:09)
Review: It's that time of year again. 12 months on from his last album-length outing as FP-Oner, Fred P once again dons the alias for 7, a third numerically titled set in as many years. As usual, the music is rarely less than immaculate, with the imaginative and talented producer showcasing most sides of his musical personality. Highlights come thick and fast, from the yearning, soft focus melodiousness of quietly jazzy deep house opener "Smiles" and shimmering Motor City techno futurism of "Travelling Zones", to the blissful house minimalism of "Simple Things" and acid-flecked late night hypnotism of closer "Arigato". Superior electronic club music composed by a master: what more do you need?
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The Gales
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The Gales (12")
Cat: MM 186. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Amedeo (6:44)
  2. The Gales (7:39)
  3. Only By Moving (9:35)
Review: Let's be honest now, when it comes to deep house few have been bossing it in the manner Anthony Collins and Francis Harris have with their Frank & Tony project these past few years. Issued largely through their own Scissors & Thread, Collins and Harris step away from the label momentarily for a 12" debut on Tokyo's finest Mule Musiq. Toshiya Kawasaki's label is one that stands for the utmost quality and Frank & Tony offer up their finest productions on this three track 12". Lead track "Amedeo" is all about that heart churning piano sample that calls out and grabs you, whilst "The Gales" is deep house at its most submerged.
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Leap
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Leap (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 202. Rel: 08 Aug 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Leap (7:45)
  2. Hubble (7:46)
Review: With releases on labels like Drumpoet Community, Innervisions and Kompakt, it is safe to say that Frankey & Sandrino have earned their rights to be on Japan's illustrious and highly respected Mule Musiq with their own release. "Leap" is a grainy, digitized-house beat that reminds us of Omar S's pacman style on many of his own FXHE releases, and the same goes for "Hubble", except that here the chords are heavier, more progressive and built for the big room circa 3am.
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Vin Ploile
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Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 51. Rel: 07 Dec 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Delir 1
  2. Delir 2
  3. Delir 3
  4. Delir 4
  5. Delir 5
  6. Delir 6
  7. Delir 7
  8. Lumiere
  9. Pan'la Glezne
Review: Petre Inspirescu has previously delivered two decidedly atmospheric albums, both of which neatly join the dots between minimal techno and hypnotic, ultra-deep house. With Vin Ploile, he's flipped the script slightly. While still dreamy, atmospheric and stripped back, the album's nine tracks are mostly crafted from his own recordings of live instrumentation - piano, strings, wind instruments - which have then been altered and manipulated in the computer. The resultant music is loose, dreamy, exotic, unusual and hugely enjoyable, feeling a little like an inventive fusion of ambient, deep house, techno, jazz and Reich/Riley style American minimalism. Whether it's the Romanian's best album is debatable, but it's certainly his most imaginative.
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Vintul Prin Salcii
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Vintul Prin Salcii (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 211. Rel: 24 Apr 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Miroslav 1 (6:50)
  2. Miroslav 2 (8:20)
  3. Miroslav 3 (5:31)
  4. Miroslav 5 (7:09)
  5. Miroslav 4 (9:46)
  6. Miroslav 6 (4:24)
  7. Miroslav 7 (12:20)
Review: Back in 2015, Petre Inspirescu popped up on Mule Musiq with Vin Pholie, an album considered a significant departure from his previous work. While he made his name with club-ready, heavily textured takes on tech-house and minimal techno, Vin Pholie saw him work with piano, strings and woodwind instruments for the first time, resulting in a set that sat somewhere between ambient and neo-classical. Vintul Prin Salcii, his belated follow-up, explores similar sonic territory, adding in vintage synthesizers and occasional nods to dub techno - see the becalmed pulse of "Miroslav 3" - to slightly broaden the approach. The result is a melodious sequence of musical movements that also doffs a sly wink to krautrock synthesizer pioneers as well as classical composers, American minimalists and ambient legends.
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Played by: Alex From Utopia, Sepp
Vintul Prin Salcii
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Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 56. Rel: 03 Apr 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Miroslav 1
  2. Miroslav 2
  3. Miroslav 3
  4. Miroslav 4
  5. Miroslav 5
  6. Miroslav 6
  7. Miroslav 7
Review: Back in 2015, Petre Inspirescu popped up on Mule Musiq with Vin Pholie, an album considered a significant departure from his previous work. While he made his name with club-ready, heavily textured takes on tech-house and minimal techno, Vin Pholie saw him work with piano, strings and woodwind instruments for the first time, resulting in a set that sat somewhere between ambient and neo-classical. Vintul Prin Salcii, his belated follow-up, explores similar sonic territory, adding in vintage synthesizers and occasional nods to dub techno - see the becalmed pulse of "Miroslav 3" - to slightly broaden the approach. The result is a melodious sequence of musical movements that also doffs a sly wink to krautrock synthesizer pioneers as well as classical composers, American minimalists and ambient legends.
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Watarase (reissue)
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 218. Rel: 06 Nov 17
Jazz
  1. Someday My Prince Will Come
  2. Msunduza
  3. I Can't Get Started
  4. Tone
  5. Watarase
  6. Miss Can
  7. Good Bye
Newwave Project
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 215. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Cycle (7:12)
  2. Steam (6:13)
  3. Blue Neon (6:26)
  4. Mind Madness (6:24)
  5. Newwave Project #7 (6:49)
  6. Newwave Project #11 (7:48)
  7. Newwave Project #9 (7:08)
  8. Body Signal (6:59)
Review: Japanese producer Kuniyuki Takahashi's Newwave project is a new interpretation of his musical roots. He was majorly influenced by SPK, Test Dept, D.A.F and various industrial and EBM acts. Then he formed an industrial music band with his brother in the late 80's called DRP. After 25 years, his new release is a unique mixture of his deep and emotional house sound with the aforementioned influences and now presenting the second volume once again on Mule Musiq. Takahashi is a stalwart of the label, having put out close a dozen LP and several EPs on the label over the years. From the broken beat and arpeggios of "Blue Neon" to the neon-lit '80s night deep house of "Newwave Project #11" there's an odd collection of grooves on here from a unique perspective.
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The Session 2 Remixed
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Cat: MM 163. Rel: 22 Jul 13
Deep House
  1. The Session 2 (Johannes Brecht remix)
  2. The Session 2 (Lord Of The Isles remix)
Review: Mule Musiq muster Johannes Brecht and Lord Of The Isles to remix the The Session 2 by the Japanese label's treasured double act Kuniyuki & Henrik Schwarz. Brecht delivers a minimal and acoustic remix - pan pipes included - for his version, while impressive Scottish producer Lord Of The Isles follows up a release on the Shevshenko label with a inspiring and synthy remake to an original filled with tinges of jazz and forest ambience.
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Let's Get Away
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 201. Rel: 27 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Let's Get Away (7:29)
  2. Let's Get Away (dub) (7:12)
Review: Although Kyodai sounds like a producer out of Japan, Javier and Luis Garayalde Oses are Berliners through and through and very much in line with the rest of the excellent Mule Musiq label. Their previous material has come mainly through the equally excellent Freerange label, a slew of releases that has earned them a place on what is perhaps the most credible and reassuring deep house label on the market. "Let's Get Away" is loose and airy, a stunning house voyage with a soulful sensibility and a pop mentality; the dub version on the flip is deeper, more hypnotic and focused primarily on the groove. Lovely stuff right here...
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Phase Transition
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Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 57. Rel: 26 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Frame Of Reference
  2. Subsurface
  3. Fabula
  4. Mutual Isolated
  5. Catharctic
  6. Syuzhet
  7. Spark Eroded
  8. Delusive
  9. Charlie Carlisle
  10. Tomorrow's Happiness
Review: Under the Lake People alias, Martin Enke has been responsible for some quietly impressive releases since 2012. Chief amongst these is 2015 debut album Purposefully Uncertain Field, an expansive set that shuffled between moments of uncomfortable, unsettling darkness and hyopnotic, trippy positivity. There's a similar feel to this follow-up. After beginning with a fine chunk of hypnotic, late night dub techno, Enke variously delivers ragged, acid-fired techno, picturesque ambient soundscapes, deep and jazzy IDM, sweeping cinematic moments, Phuture style acid jack - albeit laden with undulating, new age style melody motifs - and, on the brilliant "Charlie Carlisle", muscular electro/acid house fusion. In other words, it's business as usual for the talented and open-minded Enke.
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Yoyogi Park
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Yoyogi Park (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 196. Rel: 25 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Marble Star (7:58)
  2. Joy Ride (5:42)
  3. Tensui (7:03)
  4. Ava (6:15)
  5. Nightlife (7:41)
  6. Marble Star (reprise) (3:56)
  7. Clouds & Arrows (6:51)
  8. Illuminated (7:05)
Review: Lawrence's latest full-length, his third and final for Mule Musiq, is described by its' creator as being "deep and mystical". It was inspired, in part, by a Tokyo green space of the same name, and includes elements recorded by Lawrence's live band, Sky Walking, and plenty of field recordings to add texture. The result is a luscious deep house and techno set that veers from the dreamy and rolling ("Tensui"), and lovably bouncy (delicious IDM/electro excursions "Ava" and "Simmer"), to deep and dirty ("Joy Ride"), via wide-eyed humidity (the hypnotic and beautiful "Illuminated"). Lawrence rarely fails to disappoint, of course, but even by his standards Yoyogi Park is something special.
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Broken Mirror
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 219. Rel: 30 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Mirrors
  2. Broken Mirror
  3. Broken Mirror (Wa Wu We Reflection)
Fantastique
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Cat: MM 208. Rel: 12 Dec 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Fantastique (6:51)
  2. Holidays Everywhere (7:12)
  3. Leguan (feat Konstantin Sibold) (6:06)
Played by: Evan Michael, LK
Le Grand To Do Remixed
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 207. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Bananuamas (Yoruba Soul mix) (6:28)
  2. Koleu (Edward Society Breakdown remix) (9:38)
  3. Le Grand To Do (Bodin & Jacob Airport mix) (7:33)
  4. Les Doors Lost In The Fog (Metamatics remix) (7:20)
Review: Le Grand To Do was Oskar Offerman's LP for Mule Musiq from 2015, an extended deep house session with a colourful, vibrant texture that offered a refreshing take on the genre. Moreover, it was a natural fit with Mule's diverse aesthetic, so this follow-up remix EP feels like the right thing to be doing. "Bananuamas" is remixed by Yoruba Soul, and it's a glorious jazz-house stepper, while Edward Society Breakdown offer a glorious reshape of "Koleu", transforming the original tune into a broken, bass-heavy ballad with a stammering bass end. On the B-side, "Le Grand To Do" itself is remixed by Bodin & Jacob Airport into a grainy, hollow techno nugget with a minimalistic percussion swing, and Metamatics rolls out a funky swing on the arrangement of "Les Doors Lost In The Fog". Bliss.
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Berlin/Offenbach 2008-2016
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Cat: MULEMUSIQ 212. Rel: 08 May 17
Deep House
  1. Bubbles (5:31)
  2. Vibers (8:05)
  3. Flight Mode On (8:03)
  4. Diagramtisch (8:14)
  5. Stranded (8:51)
  6. Drifty Trees (6:25)
  7. Silent Prayers (8:45)
  8. Troubles Living (8:05)
Newwave Project
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Cat: MULEMUSIQCD 058. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Steam
  2. Cycle
  3. New Wave Project #2 (album edit)
  4. Blue Neon
  5. Mind Madness
  6. Oppsoite Meaning
  7. Puzzle
  8. Newwave Project #11 (album edit)
  9. Newwave Project #9
  10. Body Signal
  11. Machine Signal
  12. Newwave Project #7
Review: There was a golden point in the mid 2000s when Kuni, after consolidating a lot of his aliases, dropped an album a year. Those days are over but the wait makes a delivery of this proportions even more exciting. Two years after his Silence album as Koss comes this heavily textured collection of moods and grooves that's built around his most recent venture Newwave Project. In among the chugged out late night grooves we find subverted jazz and harmonic beds of "Opposite Meaning", the sub aquatic sense-blurring of "Body Signal" and the type of lounge that will soundtrack your great great great grandkids lounge clubs in the distant future. Ride the wave.
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Played by: Thread London
Enjoy The Silence Vol 3
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VARIOUS
Cat: MM 172. Rel: 12 May 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Hauschka - "Wind"
  2. Petre Inspirescu - "Lumiere"
  3. Roman Flugel - "The Sky (According To Sapna)"
  4. Primula - "Nobody's In This Classroom" (Nobody mix)
  5. Lawrence - "Panopticon"
  6. Vermont - "Leerer Rat"
  7. Petre Inspirescu - "Pan'la Glezne"
  8. Koss - "Ancient Train"
  9. John Roberts - "Amaranth"
Review: Recondite, John Roberts, Lawrence, Terre Thaemlitz and feature on this third edition of Enjoy The Silence, Mule Musiq's ongoing exploration of all things ambient. The first installment of Enjoy The Silence series arrived in April 2009, collecting 12 ambient tracks from label friends and family including Terre Thaemlitz, Thomas Fehlmann, DJ Koze and Vince Watson to celebrate the label's fifth anniversary. Since then it looks to have become something of a semi-regular occurrence, with this third volume following 2011?s compilation, which reportedly "focuses on avant-garde textures with a touch of very diverse genres and styles." Returning faces include compilation regulars Thaemlitz (contributing a DJ Sprinkles remix of Primula's "Nobody's In This Classroom"), Lawrence and Koss, who are joined by a host of other names. The Vermont pairing of Marcus Worgull and Danilo Plessow contribute a track fresh from their debut album for Kompakt, while the surprising picks of Roman Flugel and Recondite join the more downtempo-minded Hauschka and caps lock lover John Roberts alongside two tracks from Petre Inspirescu.
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I'm Starting To Feel Okay Vol 6 (Ten Years Edition part 1)
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VARIOUS
Cat: MM 175. Rel: 07 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Matt Karmil - "Really"
  2. Axel Boman - "Anytime Is Fine"
  3. Strategy - "Rhythm King"
  4. Musk - "Letusee"
  5. Johannes Brecht - "London"
  6. Eduardo De La Calle - "Together" (Fallen Angel edit)
  7. Julius Steinhoff - "Downtown"
  8. Fred P - "Electric Bridge"
  9. DJ Jus Ed - "Something Sexy"
Review: Mule Musiq boss Toshiya Kawasaki has pulled out all the stops for the sixth installment of the label's popular I'm Starting To Feel Okay compilation series. Whereas previous editions issued on sublabel Endless Flight have been restricted to single CDs and 12" samplers, this sixth round of Okay arrives across a double CD and two double pack vinyl editions. Furthermore it's packed to the rafters with exclusives and unreleased tracks from the label's stable of like-minded deep house producers. As you'd expect, this first part has plenty to enjoy from the hypnotic, Detroit-influenced pulse of Julius Steinhoff's "Downtown" and Axel Boman's woozy, picturesque "Anytime Is Fine" (which seemingly features a riff inspired by an obscure boogie classic), to the sinewy strings and bustling rhythms of Johannes Brecht's "London" and Fred P's typically musical "Electric Bridge". Classier than San Diego bruv.
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