--now that's put the cat among the pigeons. For Warp to define their seminal techno anthems in the same revered language that's usually applied to see off the balding old rockers should put the backs up some mouldy old "real music" purists. But then, what you'll find here, in the second two-CD compilation to mark Warp's Tenth Anniversary, is the very heart of spirited revolution. These rare cuts from the label's first three years sound a lot tamer now, but at the time, they amounted to a whole new musical dialect. Look first, then, to the robotic synth stutter of Forgemasters' "Track With No Name", carry on through the glacial bleep of Sweet Exorcist's "Testone", tarry awhile on the gliding atmospherics of LFO
's first two singles, and then lose yourself in Nightmares On Wax
's burgeoning eclecticism that stamps its authority over much of the second disc. Classics
? In a weird way, yes. But weird's the best way to be. --Louis Pattison
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