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It's ironic that the cover says a lot about what lies beneath.
Firstly, it wouldn't be a hard stretch to imagine that two similarly aged boys produced this album. It sounds every inch like the stuff that me and and the rest of my classmates used to knock out on Casio keyboards during music lessons with Mrs Siddall. Creativity and originality are almost non-existent.
The greatest irony however is that this album shows no 'logical progression' (and in many ways a regression) from the dance music which was kicking around when these two were in their infancy. For me, the reason that the Chemical Brothers, the Prodigy, 808 state etc. have stood the test of time is that… Read more