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|1.||"55 Year Old Daughter" (2:59)|
|3.||"'I' As Proof" (4:02)|
|4.||"Pan Head" (3:35)|
|5.||"Not A Crossing" (2:39)|
|1.||"OPAFS; R" (5:00)|
|2.||"Weight Of Love" (4:17)|
|3.||"Peace Fort Nine" (3:19)|
Over the last few years, Bristol's Giant Swan have rightly become one of the most admired and talked about acts in techno, primarily thanks to their brilliant live shows and a gritty, loose-limbed take on industrial techno that combines a free-wheeling punk attitude with more funk than is normally found within the scene they inhabit. The duo's long awaited debut album is a little more mixed-up sound wise (I.E there's a little more guitar and it's not all full-throated hedonism), but happily they've stayed true to their roots and offered up something reminiscent of their legendary live shows. In other words, it's a great first missive; we expect there to be even better albums to come from Giant Swan in the years ahead.
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