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|2.||"We All Have Rhythm"|
|4.||"Slim's Night Out"|
|6.||"Meet Me In The Dark"|
|7.||"The NIght I Met Luther"|
|8.||"If I Try"|
|11.||"4 Walls" (feat Jaw, Navid Izadi, Aquarius Heaven & Dina Moursi)|
|12.||"La To The Bay"|
|13.||"The Outcast" (acoustic version)|
Although Pillowtalk largely made their name through a series of woozy, enveloping tech-house tracks, they've always been at their best when exploring their leftfield pop influences. It's pleasing to find, then, that Je Ne Said Quoi, their belated debut album, smartly moves further in this direction. Of course, there's a strong dancefloor undercurrent - see the ghetto-influenced deepness of "4 Walls" and bassy, P-funk-goes-deep house pulse of "We All Have Rhythm" - but many of the album's standout moments doff a cap to lo-fi indie-pop ("Devil Run" and "Inside in the Dark", both of which are built around live drums, bass and guitars) and Junior Boys-ish deep synth-pop (the brilliant "Homesick").
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