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|1.||"Diamonds, Fur Coat, Champagne" (3:19)|
|2.||"Mr Ray (To Howard T)" (5:08)|
|4.||"Fast Money Music" (3:05)|
|5.||"Touch Me" (4:22)|
|2.||"Be Bop Kid" (2:09)|
|3.||"Las Vegas Man" (4:09)|
The second effort from these legendary electro-aggro iconoclasts and progenitors of the punk-electronic marriage may have been less gnarly than its predecessor, but it's by no means less influential. The opening cut's title 'Diamonds. Fur Coat. Champagne' perhaps provides some clues as to the route that Suicide were to take, swapping the dingy back-alleys of yore for the neon-lit main drag, yet still with their inimitable style and swagger in full abundance. Nonetheless,the glitzy and debauched allure of their nocturnal serenades remains manifest, and this album remains an engaging and deliciously sleazy document of a New York that sadly no longer exists.
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