|1.||"When Suddenly: Acid" (6:11)|
|2.||"El Si Senor" (Skinny version) (6:29)|
|1.||"The Cemetery Of Unsigned House Tracks" (9:14)|
|2.||"El Si Senor" (Soundtrack version) (5:53)|
Following last year's "Last Train To Marzahn", the legendary walking talking Cliche (and one half Bot'Ox) Cosmo Vitelli goes solo across four blistering and far-ranging tracks. Floor-wise it's all about "When Suddenly" (an all-out late night warehouse demolition derby) and the pure epicity of "The Cemetery of Unsigned House" while the softer focus and dense melodic layers of both versions of "El Si Senor" provide a soothing narrative that acts as the consummate tonic. Pure eclecticism, as always from Benjamin Boguet.
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