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on 22 November 2007
An awesome new sound for one of the UK's finest groups, this track is so uplifting that it takes your mind off the gloomy weather outside and transports you to the warmest of summer afternoons. Amazing.
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on 14 November 2007
Stop gaps between albums are usually very poor, with the exception of Arctic Monkey's 'Leave Before the Lights Come On EP' and The Killers 'Sawdust' and this should also be added to the 'good list.'

This is a new sound for BP and a good one at that. Mixing dance, techno and indie together would usually sound bad and a miss match but BP have pulled it off and delivered a song that is sadly over too soon!

Buy it now!
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on 8 November 2007
Heard this on the radio for the first time about a month ago, haven't been able to stop thinking about it since! Can't wait for it to come out next week. A slightly different style to previous incarnations but that's what makes it such a unique single
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on 28 October 2007
A really new sound for Bloc Party here. A very discoesque, up-beat style with little sound of guitars. Lots of electric drumming and synthesizers going on in this track, and it's really great to see Bloc Party displaying a new edge. Great track, great band...this is where the party's at!
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on 31 March 2009
A great track from a superb band; Bloc Party have pulled-off the awkward trick of developing their sound from spiky Indie Rock to electronica without losing their appeal. Flux is a synth-driven gem that really made me want to get up and dance. This disc contains a live version as well plus the meditative but challenging 'Emma-Kate's Accident' which deals with the subject of domestic abuse without seeming pompous - are you taking notes Bono?
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on 25 July 2015
Personally, I think this is one of the strongest songs from the second album. It has a catchy beat that makes it worth listening to repeatedly.
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on 28 October 2007
Great single mixing retro dance beats with the best of rock: an escalating, powerful sound with simple but explorative lyrics. 'Flux' is good.
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