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|1.||"Track 1" (Olivier Romero edit) (9:09)|
|1.||"Track 2" (John Richard edit) (6:35)|
Politics of Dancing's popular POD Edit series returns for the first time in three years to deliver two more peak-time reworks, this time courtesy of scalpel fiends Olivier Romero and John Richard. To be honest, we have no idea what they've re-edited, but the results are undeniably impressive. Romero handles side A and serves up a dark, dense and intense epic - all deep, loopy bass, percussion-rich tribal house grooves, wonky spoken word snippets and pitch-black aural textures. Richard takes a different approach, successfully tooling up a roling house excursion rich in wayward acid lines, layered speech samples, half-whispered vocal and undulating lead lines.
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