|1.||"Light Tunnel" (feat Mutado Pintado)|
|2.||"Transmission 5" (feat Mutado Pintado)|
|1.||"Paris Dub 3" (feat Paris Brightledge)|
|2.||"Machines Our Coming"|
|1.||"Lovin U (Ahh Shit)" (feat DJ Genesis)|
|1.||"Eating Glue" (feat Mutado Pintado)|
|2.||"300 Hangovers A Year" (feat Mutado Pintado)|
|3.||"Paris Dub 1" (feat Paris Brightledge)|
There's a fair chance that you'll have missed Paranoid London's four singles to date; they were pressed in limited quantities, appeared in stores with no promotion, and quickly became must-have items for those obsessed with stripped back machine music and ragged acid house. Mercifully, the mysterious, no-holds-barred combo has decided to put out a double album containing much of this material, alongside a smattering of previously unheard cuts (including, most excitingly, a collaboration with Detroit legend DJ Genesis). The hard-to-find classics still sparkle - check the brilliantly sparse-but-heavy "Paris Dub 1" (with regular vocalist Paris Brightledge) and ragged "Transmission 5" (featuring a killer spoken vocal from Mutado Pintado) - while the new cuts are thankfully up to similarly high standard. Recommended.
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