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|1.||"Foreign Pedigree" (5:03)|
|2.||"Mr Measles" (2:33)|
|3.||"Helium Handicap" (4:21)|
|4.||"Bored Hurt" (4:01)|
|1.||"Worse Of The Hurse" (3:40)|
|2.||"Immaculate Macula" (3:23)|
|3.||"Sterility Factor" (4:20)|
|4.||"Whips, Chips, Chains, & Dips" (3:30)|
|5.||"Squamata Alley" (3:49)|
It's been a year of fine collaborations for Beau Wanzer, dropping an album-length masterclass in pummelling techno as Civil Duty alongside Shawn O'Sullivan, as well as land on Dog In The Night for a Juzer 12" with Dan Jugel. 2015 ends with a return to his own Untitled label for a further collaborative release in cahoots with Corporate Park duo Shane English and Jonah Lange. The foundation of Wanzer's own label has seen the Chicago native fully reveal his prolific nature with a series of releases that help map out his particular brand of frazzled sonics. The simply-titled CP/BW adds some more weight, delivering a "slimy hodgepodge of varied influences processed by warped minds and melting hardware" across the nine tracks. Faint whispers of CH BB are present in the deranged "Helium Handicap" whilst opener "Foreign Pedigree" is the musical equivalent of a swift slap in the face.
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