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Juno Recommends Techno October 2018

Juno Recommends Techno

Juno Recommends Techno

Juno Recommends Techno October 2018
1 Oct 2018
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Cat: MOSAIC LTDX1. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. The Wise Caucasian - "In The Night"
  2. Steve O'Sullivan & Frazer Campbell - "Rise"
Review: Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic label returns with another essential exercise in reduced, restrained but gorgeously rendered techno delivered with a light touch and a liberal dose of dub. O'Sullivan dons his The Wise Caucasian hat for "In The Night," which anchors itself with an insistent low end pulse and lets the rest of the track shimmer delicately around it. He then teams up with Frazer Campbell on the flip for the soul-stirring, message-laden "Rise," which samples the legendary poet Maya Angelou, strapping her most famous piece to a quietly uplifting house cut that would suit a hazy morning session.
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Cat: MOUSE 024. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Dare U (9:20)
  2. The Glitch (9:17)
  3. Black Hole (6:56)
Review: The Swedish techno hero Eric Prydz is back under the Cirez D alias, which has kicked into action full throttle recently - alongside music under the Pryda and ToNjA Holma monikers. His new main room thumper "Dare You" comes courtesy of his own esteemed imprint. From the title track and its tunnelling adventure down into the vortex, to the strobe-lit adrenaline of "The Glitch" or "Black Hole" with its druggy mid-noughties style of minimal shuffle: there's something to rock the dancefloor at any time of the morning by this A.M. expert - on Mouseville's 24th vinyl edition.
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Cat: MGM 03. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Oganesson
  2. 84
  3. Tournant
  4. Coronal Loop
Review: Malin Genie's distinctive take on house and techno has already earned him spots on some of the contemporary scene's most vital labels, from Hypercolour to Will & Ink, and now his self-titled label throws the doors open to welcome in a likeminded individual with a similar instinct for unconventional approaches to 4/4 dynamics. Yaleesa Hall has already built up a strong identity on Will & Ink, and in partnership with Genie the results are nothing short of spellbinding. From the shimmering dubby tones of "Coronal Loop" to the submerged ruminations of "Oganesson," this is advanced dance music engineered to twist your synapses and shake your limbs in the most unpredictable of ways.
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Cat: FPR 004. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Form Of Change
  2. A Mental Image
Review: Charles Noel has been enjoying a resurgence of late, with his early explorations as Archetype resurfacing on a number of reissue labels. Future Primitive have tapped Noel up for two cuts that typify his left-of-centre approach, leading in with the sharp-edged beat excursion "Form Of Change" that will appeal to all lovers of reduced, off-kilter rhythm workouts. "A Mental Image" adopts a softer stance, laying out a bed of silken pads and errant tweaks that tap into the head-tripping mood of vintage techno while maintaining the future-minded thrust that makes true machine music timeless, whichever era it was crafted in.
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Cat: WORKSHOP 25. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Track 1 (5:49)
  2. Track 2 (3:10)
  3. Track 3 (6:57)
  4. Track 4 (4:21)
  5. Track 5 (6:02)
  6. Track 6 (4:09)
Review: Heidelberg legend Dirk Mantei is back with his first 12-inch in 21 years under the D-Man alias. Also renowned for the being the man behind the legendary Mannheim clubbing institution HD800, Mantei's recording career was much more prolific in the early '90s - when he recorded under sveerla projects with David 'Move D' Moufang in the groups Kin Sun, More From The Posse and O.B.C. There's definitely sincere old school charm to the collection of tracks on Workshop 25, which were said to be produced between 2012 - 2014 for an online music project - he produced up to 52 tracks. The label has certainly handpicked up some fine moments from the project: it's a diverse collection of grooves featuring moments of introverted acid experimentation, slo-mo hypnotic techno and exactly the type of understated/dusty deep house that's in line with the label's usual aesthetic.
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out of stock $11.96
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  1. Space Date (6:38)
  2. Rome Future (7:10)
Review: Drumcode head honcho Adam Beyer and Chicagoan legend Curtis Jones (aka Green Velvet) had discussed writing music together for a long time. Also, Beyer's protege Layton Giordani had admired the mohawked Jones' work for as long as he could remember. When he got to DJ alongside him at Belfast's Shine - the spark and subsequent friendship was immediate. The outcome of this respected trio's musical journey comes in the form of "Space Date" which will be familiar to many who've followed their sets over recent months. Featuring a relentless main room stomp with steely hats and droney synth leads, all accompanied by Green Velvet's trademark vocal delivery. The thunderous peak time energy of "Rome Future" is likewise guaranteed to rock the house - that killer Reese bassline particularly is sure to blow the doors off!
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  1. Models Over 18 - "IC"
  2. Paradize - "Violet, Noir, Jaune"
  3. Bitch & Bites - "Techdrea In Andromeda (Time/Space)"
  4. Bouhouz - "Fairy Tale"
Review: Tabernacle have an enviable instinct for visionary talents in the well-ploughed field of purist machine-powered techno and house, and their various artist releases can be a goldmine for new names to add to your watch list. So it goes on this latest transmission, kicking off with the dusty Chicago house styles of Models Over 18 before switching stance drastically to the splayed out tonal investigations of Paradize. Bitch & Bites are equally subversive, shirking dancefloor demands to apply classic techno motifs to a fractured but ultimately inviting strain of hardware-honed techno. That leaves it to Bouhouz to round the EP off with a gentle murmur of synth patterns carefully composed for a spiritual, subliminal end result.
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Cat: ADID 035. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Rocket To Lee's Little Cloud (7:04)
  2. Satellite (7:58)
  3. Underwater (8:07)
Review: Sebastien Leger's last outing on All Day I Dream, February's "Lost Mirage", was one of his most melodious and ear-catching releases to date. Given that he has released a dizzying amount of music over the years, that's high praise. Happily this three-tracker is equally dreamy and immersive, with opener "Rocket To Lee's Little Cloud" offering a near perfect fusion of tactile tech-house grooves, sweeping (synth) strings, wispy chords and yearning melodies. He ups the tempo on the sparkling "Satellite", which is similar in tone and style to Isolee classic "Beau Mot Plage". Arguably best of all, though, is "Underwater", whose starry and melodious lead lines and counter-melodies come accompanied by metronomic beats, sampled choral vocals and more life-affirming chords.
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Cat: DWT 004. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. A New Mystery
  2. Simulacra
  3. Circumstantial
  4. The Map Is Not The Territory
Review: Following sterling entries from Derek Carr, John Shima and Mihail P, Distant Worlds reaches out to Perseus Traxx for a demonstration of the emotional heft and utopian optimism that classic techno promises in its most compelling moments. This is relatable, familiar territory, but executed with finesse beyond the reach of the average producer. "A New Mystery" is bathed in swirling synth tones as elegant as they are moving, while "Simulacra" places a bold square wave riff front and centre for an impactful deep techno meditation. "Circumstantial" reframes the same rich melodic approach in a frantic chassis of snapping beats darting around the grid with playful glee, and then "The Map Is Not The Territory" applies the same logic to a mystical but rhythmically charged trip into the netherworld of machine soul.
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Cat: PCRSV 03. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Bribie Dub (6:46)
  2. Bribie Dub (Mike Schommer remix) (7:11)
Review: Aussie duo Echo Inspectors first joined forces with Dresden veteran Insect O back in 2015, wowing critics and buyers alike with the sumptuous dub techno vibes of "Bourne Dub". Three years on they're at it again with "Bribie Dub", a bouncy and rather delicious excursion that wraps ricocheting, undulating dub techno motifs around a far bolder and chunkier rhythm track that provides the track with plenty of movement and pace. Mike Schommer steps up to remix the track on side B, delivering an even more hypnotic take that's a little more bright and melodic than the A-side original version.
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Cat: MNQ 124. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. DEF (7:39)
  2. Ham (9:07)
  3. Oba Enka (7:20)
Review: Given he's previously released some seriously creepy, atmospheric techno on Berceuse Heroique and Pinkman, you'd expect Black Merlin's Mannequin Records debut to be similarly unsettling. That's certainly the case with A-side "DEF", a hypnotic and feverish affair where raw and restless, industrial-inspired riffs rise above paranoid, held-note chords and a locked-in drum track. You'll find more brain-melting, razor-sharp modular motifs on the arguably even more intense and wayward "Oba Enka", while closer "Ham" wraps undulating, acid-style electronic motifs around an altogether fuzzier, looser groove. It sounds like it would be capable of inducing vivid hallucinations in early morning dancers, which in our book is no bad thing.
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Diamonds EP (1 per customer)
Cat: YOV 7A. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Diamonds
  2. Noh Mas (3:38)
  3. I,I (1:52)
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Cat: X/OZ 005. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Svarta (7:30)
  2. Tia (7:38)
  3. Black River (5:30)
  4. Saltu Numero 29-47 (4:17)
  5. Chango (Maya Nidam remix) (5:27)
Review: Following a recent visit to Columbia, rising Icelandic techno artist Exos connected with Gotshell and the pair joined forces for this trip into the truly transcendental end of the techno spectrum. There's a consistent approach this trans-continental pairing have taken, rolling out cyclical, densely packed rhythms whose delicate configuration masks a hefty low end, guaranteeing full meditative immersion. Folded into the mix are all kinds of smoky textures and distant pads feeding into an air of mystery and exploration - just the kind of eyes-closed techno you would expect to hear from the likes of Donato Dozzy or Neel. Maya Nidam then comes on board for a remix that continues the subliminal theme to great effect.
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  1. Inertials (original mix) (5:15)
  2. Inertials (Inigo Vontier mix) (6:44)
  3. Inertials (Jamie Paton mix) (6:57)
Review: As well as manning his own label Duro, Theus Mago can be found slinging out heat on Turbo, Kill The DJ and more recently Ombra. The Mexican producer returns to home turf for his latest transmission, serving up one original track with two killer remixes. "Inertials" is a rowdy beast in its original form, tapping up a breakbeat roll, dirty wave synth stabs and plenty more sonic debris for a cut that spans a whole lot of styles and makes them gel together seamlessly. Inigo Vontier takes the original and makes it into a bone-rattling drum track to batter the crowd into submission very late on in the dance. Jamie Paton takes a different approach on the B-side, weaving a little tenderness into the mix with some elegant synth lines that offset the raw bite of the drums beautifully.
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Cat: WB 023. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Windy Bass (6:05)
  2. Fordism 0205 (4:41)
  3. Exalted Flow (5:50)
  4. Krisis Ekktro (4:33)
Review: St. Petersburg resident Kuzma Palkin is a busy guy, having recorded music in the past as Audiocad, Cylindro, Plattformer and many more. Under his own name he's contributed to Russia's respected Gost Zvuk label, and now he signs up to the excellent Ukranian outpost Wicked Bass to drop some hypnotic and delightfully dusky club tracks to inject a little spice into a minimal scenario. The release kicks off with "Windy Bass," which shares a little rugged spirit with STL's sonic style and love of loose swing, before diving down into the misty waters of "Fordism 0205." "Exalted Flow" has a more detailed arrangement that pushes extra detail, sequence wobbles and FX tweaks onto the drums to make for a dynamic rhythm workout. "Krisis Ekktro" completes the set with a blown out electro throwdown that will be gold dust to any self-respecting machine funk deviant.
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Cat: RS 1812. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Monster (VIP) (5:52)
  2. Eddies (Batu remix) (5:20)
  3. Carpet Bombing (5:24)
Review: Following up his impressive 01deas full-length on the legendary R&S earlier this year, Zoot Records head honcho The Maghreban is back on the label with some tripped-out and percussive techno workouts. "Monster VIP" is a woozy and slow-burning thriller on the junglist tip. The Londoner then gets UK bass expert Batu (Timedance) to throw down a hyper aware rendition of "Eddies" which was the opening track of his album. Finally on the flip, we've got the frantic and rolling polyrhythmic madness of "Carpet Bombing".
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  1. Haze & Kraze (Juniper dub 1) (7:18)
  2. Haze & Kraze (Juniper dub 2) (7:13)
  3. Hide & Seek (Fold dub) (6:17)
  4. Hide & Seek (Jonas Friedlich dub) (7:05)
Review: Boogie Box launched in style last year with a release from the mighty STL, and now they're revisiting that strong first step with a clutch of smartly selected remixes from some deep cover operators. Juniper drops two dubs of "Haze & Kraze" that press squashed synth pressure, found sounds and splattering FX into tight but funky grooves with a distinctly nocturnal feel. Fold's dub of "Hide & Seek" spaces things out beautifully, taking a crooked, steppers approach that works wonderfully with the source material. Jonas Friedlich's own dub of "Hide & Seek" takes a dustier path through the undergrowth, completing a package of truly non-conformist techno that chimes with STL's own outsider spirit.
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Cat: GERDGO 001. Rel: 01 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Don't Go! (Gerd Janson re-work) (6:39)
  2. Don't Go! (EJECA remix) (6:26)
  3. Don't Go! (Gerd Janson VIP dub) (6:17)
Review: Here, Gerd Janson and Ejeca offer an answer to an age-old question: how do you remix a stone cold classic? Their various versions of Awesome 3 and Julie McDermott's 1992 hardcore anthem "Don't Go" (whose iconic vocal remains instantly recognizable 26 years on) are relatively reverential, utilizing almost all of the original version's key ingredients (rave stabs, bustling breakbeats and one of the rave era's bounciest piano riffs). Janson's "Remix" and "VIP" dub versions operate at a slightly slower tempo to suit house dancefloors, but retain the energy and rush-inducing bliss associated with the Awesome 3 cut. Ejeca takes a different approach, slamming down a stomping four-to-the-floor take rich in mind-altering stabs, MK style cut-up vocals and heavy percussive build-ups.
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Cat: BV 26. Rel: 24 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Memory Child (6:04)
  2. Memory Child (Posthuman remix) (7:06)
  3. Memory Child (Kirk Degiorgio remix) (6:53)
  4. Memory Child (Acid Tool mix) (5:44)
Review: Following some terrific releases from label boss Posthuman, Acidulant and The Subdermic, London's Balkan Vinyl are back with more retro flavoured jams courtesy of T&K Crew - a coming together of some serious house music legends. The veteran Terry Farley teams up with Kevin Swain of D.O.P. for a tunnelling acid house trip on "Memory Child". Kirk Degiorgio of As One and Machine fame hops onboard next, to deliver a sublime remix that displays his penchant yet again for creating exceptional hi-tech soul. For venturing deeper down into the vortex, you could also try the handy Acid Tool mix on the flip, which works the glide and resonance of that little silver Roland box to even more dramatic effect.
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Cat: KLOCKWORKS 022. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. High Horse (5:03)
  2. Un Named (6:15)
  3. Sound Pove (6:27)
Review: Some 24 years into his career as The Advent, British techno stalwart Cisco Ferreira continues to deliver heavyweight records at an impressive rate. Here he makes his debut on Ben Klock's quietly impressive imprint, offering up a three-track missive in his inimitable style. Interestingly, there's plenty of subtle variety across the EP. Compare and contrast opener "High Horse", a formidably fuzzy and metallic chunk of peak-time techno sleaze rich in wonky vocal samples and booming bass, and the jacking techno loop-funk of "Sound Pove", which boasts plenty of restless drum machine handclaps and trippy musical samples. Sandwiched in between you'll find "Un Named", a smoother and deeper peak-time workout that's nevertheless still tough as teak.
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21
Cat: SKUDGE 012. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Quasi
  2. Parallel
Review: Quasi reminds us of the mid-90's US styled Techno from the likes of Synewave and even some Robert Hood tracks from that era, but optimized for the floors of today. On the B-side, Parallel goes into familiar Skudge territory, with a brooding and haunting atmosphere - twisted up with some of that well-known funk that Skudge has been pushing for a decade now.
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Cat: COR 12157. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Cocoon (7:25)
  2. Scelta (6:58)
  3. Luce (7:16)
  4. Senza (7:59)
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Cat: HOOD 004. Rel: 01 Oct 18
Techno
  1. Un (7:51)
  2. Wait (6:08)
  3. Reshape (7:21)
  4. Functional (6:48)
Review: Over the course of his short career to date, Forest Drive West producer Joe Baker has developed a trademark sound that gleefully mixes and mangles elements of techno, post-dubstep bass music and vintage jungle. That trademark sound is naturally at the heart of the producer's first outing on Neighbourhood, from the smooth, spacey and slightly creepy hypnotism of opener "Un", to the deep space electronics and jazzy, off-kilter rhythms of EP highlight "Reshape". It can be heard, too, on the locked-in peak-time techno of 12" closer "Functional" and within the delay-laden blacksmith's percussion hits, moody bass and body-jacking kick-drum beat of the mind-altering "Wait". Supported by Etapp Kyle, Sigha, Ben Sims, JP Enfant - this will go fast, don't wait!
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Cat: DE 227. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. I've Seen The World (5:32)
  2. Is This The Life For Me (6:16)
  3. Dance, Shake, Swing (7:03)
  4. Dance, Shake, Swing (version 2) (6:12)
Review: Digging deep into the Chicago Rave vaults to re-issue the debut EP from Billy Nightmare aka "Mystic Bill" Torres. Growing up in Miami, Bill was involved in various parts of the music industry, from working at Flamingo Record Pool, to playing guitar for the band Life In Sodom (80's Synth/Goth band). His interest in both House & Industrial music inspired him to make his move to the Windy City. Bill quickly became involved in the night scene with residencies at clubs like Shelter, Crobar, & Smart Bar. His studio work began with a remix of Kay Ladrae's "Lack Of Love" with Vince Lawrence, followed by a string of releases, including an LP on Trax Records. He has recently relaunched two record labels and several releases and remixes out each year.

'Reality Check' was released in 1996 on Woody McBride's label Sounds. Originally the project was to be titled " Billy's Nightmare", but to avoid being jinxed for life, Torres decided to switch it to Billy Nightmare. He put the Mystic Bill alias aside, got a hair cut, changed his sound and became this new persona. 'Reality Check' consists of 4 tracks, recorded at Mirage Studios in Chicago in 1996. Two tracks on the A-side are dark thumpers and will haunt your head for days. Side B has 2 versions of the same song, lighter and funkier in mood both show the diversity Mystic Bill is capable of producing. All songs have been remastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. Each EP is housed in a custom designed jacket by Eloise Leigh featuring a 90s photo of Billy Nightmare staring into TV static and includes a postcard with notes.
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Cat: FAM 005. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Die Augen Des Teufels (6:10)
  2. Wachter Der Nacht (5:31)
  3. Die Prophezeiung (6:05)
  4. Verlorene Seelen (6:02)
Review: From Another Mind continues to establish itself as an essential label with a fantastic fifth release entitled 'Die Augen Des Teufels' from label bosses SHDW & Obscure Shape. Marco Blasi and Luigi Urban are main room techno talents who make no bones about the size of their sound. Classic techno, rave, EBM and acid all colour their grooves. In 2016 Groove Magazine chose
them as "Newcomer of the Year", while they have also released their 'Himmel Und Erde EP' on the mighty Rekids, as well as remixing the boss's anthemic 'Grindhouse' in recent months. Two years later, the duo now follow up 'Die WeiBe Rose' - their last original release on From Another Mind - with four tracks that reflect the pair's trademark versatility as producers and the sound they play as DJs.
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Cat: GH 05. Rel: 24 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Sphere (6:07)
  2. Perspective (6:16)
  3. Asa Nisi Masa (Juan Atkins remix) (5:53)
  4. Asa Nisi Masa (6:40)
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Pacific Alley In Dub (1 per customer)
Cat: LIES 117. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Slow Riddim (5:07)
  2. Deserver Dub (3:57)
  3. Snow Dub (4:40)
  4. Hermano Dub (5:26)
  5. Onda Dub (4:19)
  6. Plomo Riddim (4:16)
out of stock $15.22
28
Cat: ACIDPLATE 001. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Acid Fux (7:57)
  2. VRR T GO (9:06)
out of stock $10.34
29
Cat: POLEGROUP 0502. Rel: 17 Sep 18
Techno
  1. Necton (5:28)
  2. Prokaryotic (6:01)
  3. Replicant Isolation (6:27)
  4. Transmutation (5:34)
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30
Cat: PEVA 01. Rel: 10 Sep 18
Techno
  1. JK Flesh - "Chelmsley Wood" (5:26)
  2. Ontal - "Mudflow" (5:11)
  3. BMSK - "Revma" (7:30)
  4. Nemmett - "Claim Your Way" (5:30)
Review: The Athens-based Pi collective has so far used their Modal Analysis Records-backed Pi Electronics imprint to deliver a quintet of decidedly dystopian experimental techno EPs. You'll find more fuzzy fare on Variable, the label's first attempt at a compilation style, multi-artist extravaganza. Former Napalm Death member JK Flesh kicks things off with the mind-altering analogue electronics and industrial-tinged techno rhythms of "Chelmsley Wood", before Ontal drags us further into end-of-days techno territory via the layered percussion, distorted electronics and bludgeoning beats of "Mudflow". Turn to the flip for the throbbing arpeggio lines, fuzzy guitar riffs and lo-fi beats of BMSK's "Revma" and the relentless assault on the senses that is Nemmett's "Claim Your Way".
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