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|1.||"Starting Fights" (with Josh Caffe) (5:11)|
|2.||"The Boombox Affair" (with Bubbles Bubblesynski) (8:51)|
|1.||"Nobody Watching" (with Mutado Pintado) (4:19)|
|2.||"The Music" (3:50)|
|3.||"Angel Of Hell" (with Arthur Baker & Alan Vega) (6:17)|
|1.||"Drum Machine" (album edit) (5:26)|
|2.||"Blue-Ish" (album edit) (5:26)|
|3.||"Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me)" (with Simon Topping) (5:26)|
|1.||"Sly Is Watching" (album edit) (5:26)|
|2.||"(Vi-Vi) Vicious Games" (with Josh Caffe) (7:23)|
When it comes to jackin' Chicago style acid house revivalism, few can hold a candle to Paranoid London. As this long-awaited second album proves, the duo is the undisputed masters of sweaty, TB-303 driven jack-tracks and - as recent single "(Vi-Vi) Vicious Games" and LP opener "Starting Fights" prove - classic-sounding vocal cuts that recall the glory years of Fingers, Inc in the mid-to-late 1980s. Interestingly, "PL" boasts far more collaborations than we've seen from Paranoid London before, including a string of ragged club cuts blessed with evocative spoken word vocals, a thrusting acid throb-job with lead vocals by Simon Topping and a suitably twisted, machine-driven hook up with Arthur Baker and Alan Vega (the raw and weighty "Angel Of Hell").
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