|1.||"The Creeper" (6:00)|
|3.||"Plastic Jam" (5:21)|
Super Rhythm Trax / Don't man Jerome Hill steps up to deliver the first blow from freshly-minted label Sword, which comes as a heavy duty four-track 12" of no-nonsense techno. Starting as he means to go on, "The Creeper" sees the J man lead all and sundry down a wormhole of FM synthesis and unrelenting drums. This is not warm up material. On the B-side, "Drum War" fairly lives up to its title; if you felt Plastikman classic "Spastik" could do with a bit more of a monolithic edge, this should satisfy that urge. The accompanying "Drumapella" is a DJ tool for those who need to add some snare dynamism into the mix. Finally, Hill unleashes the original mix of "Plastic Jam" which previously featured in 'Stripped Mix' form on a split 12" for Milo Smee's Power Vacuum last year.
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