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|1.||"So Then" (feat Cold Cave)|
|3.||"And All Went Dark" (feat Polly Scattergood)|
|5.||"Out Of This World"|
|6.||"Card House" (feat Miles Cooper Seaton)|
|7.||"Ghosts Of Tomorrow"|
|8.||"Polished Chrome" (feat Gary Numan - The Friend Part 1)|
|10.||"No Regrets" (feat Aleen - The Friend Part 2)|
While he forged his reputation on fearlessly mechanical, no-holds-barred techno, Chris Liebing's occasional albums have tended to take a more widescreen approach. For example, his last solo set, 2003's "Evolution", jogged between spoken word, ambient, techno and left-of-centre breakbeat. He's taken a similarly eclectic approach 15 years later with "Slow Burn", a full-length low on rip-snorting club fare but high on atmospheric electronica, hypnotic chuggers, woozy ambient, early '80s cold wave influences, nods to early industrial music and a clutch of impressive collaborations (Gary Numan, who pops up on "Polished Chrome", being the most eye-catching guest). For the most part, this approach pays dividends, with the intoxicating "Trilogy", becalmed "So Then" and John Carpenter influenced "Ghosts of Tomorrow" standing out.
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