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|1.||"Desktop Robotics" (4:32)|
|2.||"HMT" (202 mix) (2:33)|
|3.||"Leafs Brought By The Wind" (2:13)|
|4.||"Marylebone" (demo version) (2:31)|
|1.||"Feelings On A Screen" (2:51)|
|2.||"Saint" (Heinrich Mueller Z version) (5:26)|
|3.||"Greenwich" (Like A Tim mix) (4:35)|
Central Processing Unit continues to provide us with the most essential electro known to humankind in 2022, although in this instance it's actually a re-release of two EPs from the past, Desktop Robotics and Feelings On A Screen, both of which originally landed in 1997 on Aphex Twin's Rephlex label. That should go some way towards prepping you for what's in store here, with the contents less floor-filling banger than CPU often delivers, and more on the imprint's growing experimental back catalogue.
Of course 'Desktop Robotics' and 'Greenwich (Like A Tim mix)' will set any party off, respectively with a kind of pared back distorted angry breaks mood and an old school, raw proto-electro vibe. But these are hugely contrasted with the atmospheric avant-garde film score sounds of 'Leafs Brought By The Wind', the sublime but simple pianos of 'Marylebone' and the warm electronica of 'Feelings On A Screen'.
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