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|1.||"I Love Trance" (1:03)|
|2.||"Me Me Me" (2:50)|
|3.||"Children Are Our Phuture" (5:23)|
|1.||"Walk Of Shame" (3:11)|
|2.||"Where Are We" (3:44)|
|3.||"Teach Me" (3:08)|
|2.||"Her Quality" (2:59)|
|3.||"Interested Going" (1:55)|
|4.||"Watch Yourself" (3:13)|
|1.||"Tool (I Don't Give A Shit)" (5:38)|
|2.||"Roll Along With The Pain Of It All (I'll Text U)" (3:57)|
Alessio Natalizia uncovers his new album under the Not Waving guise for Powell's Diagonal Records: a label he has become a stalwart of since the inception of his project a few years ago. The former Walls member and Ecstatic label boss follows up last year's Animals LP with another collection of contorted EBM derivatives - with a quirked-out/tongue-in-cheek approach that is evident throughout the label's entire catalogue. Fresh from a collaboration (which appears here in the form of "Where Are We") and tour with Canadian songstress Marie Davidson, the Good Luck LP features a whole heap of jagged and angular dancefloor experiments. Including the lead single "Me Me Me" of course, as well as many other highlights such as the gnarly acid-punk of "Children Are Our Phuture" or the strobe-lit ketted sing-along that is "Watch Yourself".
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