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|1.||"Call Me (Please)" (6:41)|
|2.||"No, I'm Not An Easy Girl" (5:01)|
|1.||"Sexy Sexy Sexy Sex" (3:44)|
|2.||"You Got Me Running" (5:17)|
|3.||"The Cat" (3:18)|
Back in 2014 Bell Towers cemented his growing bromance with the Public Possession crew by delivering a fine collection of quirky reworks entitled Buro-Hahn Edits. In the four years since, the Australian exile has become one of the label's most prolific artists. Here he finally delivers a follow-up, expertly rearranging more obscure, left-of-centre gems. Typically, opener "Call Me (Please)" is a dreamy chunk of chugging, Italo-inspired '80s synth-pop, while "No, I'm Not An Easy Girl" is a slightly delay-laden chunk of jaunty Balearic-minded electrofunk whose chorus and saucer-eyed chords will stick in your cranium. Turn to the flip for a dash of sparse drum machine magic ("Sexy, Sexy, Sexy, Sex"), a sax-laden, poodle perm sporting Italo sleaze-job ("You Got Me Running"), and some jangling, soft focus Balearica ("The Cat").
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