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Three years in the making, Double Figure is Plaid's third album for esteemed leftfield label Warp. Over the years, the ex Black Dog duo have been leaders in the whole "intelligent electronica" thing, filling their albums with pleasing melodies, zippy beats and clattering noises (2000s retrospective collection Trainer is seen by many as proof of their status as the most important electronic artists in Britain). Double Figure is as good as anything they've done, with tracks fluctuating between Plone-esque playful electronics and Autechre style programmed experimentation. It's an enjoyable collection, much like 1998s Rest Proof Clockwork (their earlier work was more introspective). Perhaps not as cutting edge as some of their earlier work, but immensely enjoyable nonetheless. --Matt Anniss
Sincetta,Eyen and Asami (sp?) are brilliant and a MUST for anyone that likes music that takes you places...inspiring,affecting, genial music. Read morePublished on 23 Jun. 2008 by J. Cooper
This is intelligent, inventive and melodic. At the same time, it leaves me a little cold. Plaid are the sort of group which come to prominence when everyone's waiting for the main... Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2006 by Mr. Peter Barrett
I read these reviews and decided to invest in what I thought would be a funky and mellow album, in line with a lot of the Plaid tracks I have heard before. Read morePublished on 6 Dec. 2002 by Amazon Customer