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|1.||"Utopian Disaster (End)" (10:07)|
|1.||"The Strange Attractor" (7:24)|
|2.||"Invocation Of Lust" (5:12)|
Juan Mendez has pushed the largely abstract approach on his debut album towards the dance floor. Ironically though, the LP version of "Strange Attractor" was more brutal and upfront. On this version, Mendez lets the chain mail groove throb beneath layer upon layer of eerie chords, abstract whispers and what could be an angle grinder running in the background. This extended version of "Invocation Of Lust" has an eerie, garbled vocal in the background, but fused with spiky metallic percussion and a thumping kick drum and throbbing bass, makes for a compelling club record. Finally, "Utopian disaster (End)" is the most Sandwell-esque track on offer, its slamming rhythm, droning sounds and reverberating, doubled up claps sounding like a sequel to the Negative Fascination EP that was released on the seminal, now defunct techno label.
Rick Hopkins, Exium, Simon Heartfield, Ender, Kr!z (Token Records), Billy Nasty, Dave Miller, Eric Duncan, Juno Recommends Techno, 3.14, Edit Select, Donor, AnD, Developer, Bas Mooy, Justin Berkovi, Vito & Druzzi, Kaelan
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