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|1.||"Ain't No Dark For Brainscan" (7:20)|
|2.||"Disjointed Insight" (5:50)|
|1.||"Artificial Excitement" (3:47)|
|2.||"The Disappointment From Next Door" (5:11)|
|3.||"Stop Clock The Realm Of Private Enterprise" (4:45)|
|1.||"Chasing Topless In A High-Tech World" (6:19)|
|2.||"Tragedy Of Repetition" (6:22)|
|1.||"Small Talk Monsters" (5:54)|
|2.||"Vault Of The Beast" (4:12)|
|3.||"Overrated Setting" (3:30)|
Berlin retroverts Childhood Intelligence are back, following up some great releases by similarly retro influenced producers like Darren Nye, Station Rose and Dan Piu - and it's a past alias of the latter that gets a reboot for the first time in 19 years - Nightstalker. "Tragedies Of A High Tech World" features classic Drexciyan sound aesthetics, similarly wrapped up in themes of technology, social programming, controlled societies and mystical planets in deep outer space. The tracks speak for themselves: "Ain't No Dark For Brainscan" serves up some bass heavy alien funk, the evocative four-to-the-floor action of "Artificial Excitement" treads a path akin to American producer The Abstract Eye, while the mesmerising sci-fi fantasy of "Stop Clock The Realm Of Private Enterprise" features the same backdrop. Dystopian themes are also somewhat mandatory on an electro full-length, and rest assured these are catered for on the sombre "Small Talk Monsters".