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Far Superior Than Any Aphex Twin Album of the past 5 years.... 21 Nov. 2005
By Amazon Grizzly - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Is it just me or isn't anyone as sick of Aphex Twin as I am? Thank God for Mr. 76ix. The whole drill 'n' bass aka hardcore glitch aka whatever-it's-called-this week scene has become painfully stale. Aphex Twin's recent Analord series has proven how self-indulgent, pompous and elitist some electronic musicians have become. I bought the first 4 Analord 12"s, listened to all of them once and were never listened to again. Sold 'em on Ebay and I cared less for the future releases. All I can think about Aphex now is how he pats himself on the back every time he releases the same single or album every 6 months, only to say, "Hey, look! I'm Richard James! See how cool I can punch that 808 or that rare Roland that only 6 people in the world have!" This is not meant to detract from Aphex's genius over the past 20 years but one must admit, he's too busy believing his own press...

Mr. 76ix enters stage left. A relative unknown until Skam records signed him up, released 200 unmarked promos known only as "The Hits of Mr. 76ix". The rest is history. "Hits" was not as revolutionary as Skam had hyped. However, 76ix (known as P. Wood) was definitely different. His driving, peak-hour sound, is at times harsh but never overwhelming. Even though the first "Hits" was a moderate success, his sound was still too unpolished and amateurish. I still did not understand Skam's hype over this guy. Only "Hits Part 2" gave me all the answers...

After frequent delays from the label, "Hits Part 2" gives the listener a more polished, more exact 76ix. Several cuts on the CD sound like an old-school 8-bit Nintendo game that decided to get wicked with Super Mario on the mic. He also shows us his versatility with "Streetbeatz", a hip-hop throwdown of "Prefuse-sian" levels. Track 8, "Another Planet" is both an homage and an immense improvment over any Analord single. The CD is not in-your-face like the original. Even "Paradise Unearned", one of the more aggresive tracks, has beauty and rhythm, thanks to a fun 70's riff plus some good beats a-la Kraftwerk or early LFO. The bottom line is if you want something other than Aphex or Autechre and you desire to try a new sound that you will dig? "Hits Part 2" is a great bet. This is one of the best electronic releases of 2005!
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