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|1.||"Back With A Vengeance" (LP1: The Trail) (3:59)|
|2.||"Bent Cop Hustle" (4:10)|
|3.||"Big Marcus Knows The Score" (6:43)|
|1.||"Laser-sighted Smoke" (4:48)|
|2.||"Fishnets & A Nine" (5:07)|
|1.||"Enter Cherenkov Blue" (LP2: The Killing) (4:56)|
|2.||"Ambush On 149th Street" (4:01)|
|3.||"Snitch Huntin'" (4:18)|
|1.||"The Hitlist" (4:07)|
|2.||"A Sawed-Off Farewell" (4:25)|
Since making his debut on Clone's Crown series back in 2015, keytar-sporting electrofunk revivalist Gary Gritness has released some of the most essential synthesizer-driven dance music of recent times. Hopes are therefore sky-high for "The Legend of Cherenkov Blue", a rare solo album that gleefully wraps the producer's usual snappy electro drums and funk-fuelled basslines in atmospheric chords, poignant melodies and a cinematic sense of developing drama. It's a formula that results in a thrilling number of highlights. These include, but aren't limited to, the spacey wiggle of "Laser-sighted Smoke", the bustling, Jan Hammer style '80s movie theme flex of "Enter Cherenkov Blue (LP2: The Killing)", the mind-altering electro wonkiness of "Snitch Huntin'" and the deep bliss of "Big Marcus Knows The Score".
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