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So much has been said about disco-punk's King Midas, New York musician/ producer James Murphy, that's its kind of hard to believe that we've had to wait until 2005 for the debut album from his dancefloor project, LCD Soundsystem
. LCD's classic triumvirate of early singles "Losing My Edge", "Give It Up", and "Yeah"--joined the dots between punk-rock, disco, and funk in a way that hadn't been seen since the New York downtown scene of the early '80s, but these are bravely relegated to a bonus disc in favour of a suite of new material that rework the band's influences in new, often explicit ways: take "Movement", for instance a homage to The Fall that finds Murphy barking "It's a fat guy/ In a T-shirt/Doing all the singing!" over punchy analogue synths, or the quietly majestic "Great Release", a doff of the cap to Brian Eno circa Taking Tiger Mountain
. For all his encyclopaedic musical knowledge, however, it's one of Murphy's strengths that he seldom seems uptight about the practise of music-making: it's how he can get away with penning a gonzo disco-punk number and naming it something as fantastically flippant as "Daft Punk Is Playing At My House"--and more importantly, it's why LCD Soundsystem
succeeds as a splendid dance record as well as a smart intellectual exercise. --Louis Pattison