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|1.||"Frisson" (feat Mt Sims) (6:44)|
|3.||"Dot Forty One (Mute)" (4:36)|
|1.||"Charcoal Eyes (Glass Tears)" (feat Mark Lanegan) (7:53)|
|2.||"Monochrome Sun" (feat Mark Lanegan) (5:02)|
|1.||"Cover Up My Eyes" (feat Gazelle Twin) (4:28)|
|2.||"I'm Not Afraid" (feat Anika) (6:05)|
|3.||"Death Of Pythagoras" (3:25)|
For techno fans of a certain vintage, the arrival of a new Dave Clarke album - his first for 14 years - will be the most exciting news this year. Those expecting a straight-up collection of thunderous techno club bangers should look away now, though. Instead, the famously forthright producer has crafted an album inspired by the music of his youth, namely new wave, punk, industrial, electro and EBM. Of course, there are still hints of his bombastic club style hidden within the clandestine grooves and collaborations with Keith Tenniswood, Mt Sims and Mark Lanagan, but it's an altogether more mature and sofa-friendly listening experience than fans may have expected.
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