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|1.||"Building Of The Mountain" (4:05)|
|2.||"Her Move" (5:00)|
|3.||"BZ Reaction" (4:23)|
|4.||"Coast To Coast" (3:07)|
|5.||"Limits To Growth" (5:58)|
|3.||"The Confidence Of Ignorance" (3:48)|
|4.||"I Love You" (5:45)|
For his third album, Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt retreats to his own self-titled label. Not much else has changed though and Controlling Body is shot through with the same assured, experimental edge. "Building of the Mountain" kicks off the album with rave stabs breaking in slow motion and Glasser's high-pitched wail, while "Her Move" features an unnamed chanter speeding up and slowing down against robust break beats. There are also moments of real musical beauty - check the warm, enveloping chords of "BZ Reaction" and the ghostly, Biosphere-style radar whirrs of "Coast 2 Coast" - but this would not be a Mannerfelt work if it did not test the boundaries, as it does on the mannequin stuttering 'c-c-c-c-create' on the slowed down tribalism of "Limits to Growth" or the droning textures of "Abysmal".
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