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Part-Primitiv

Part-Primitiv

6 Jan 2007
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I had been ignorant of Section 25's resurgence in recent years, but given the renewed interest in "proper" post-punk or synth bands as shown by the recent concert outings and releases by artists such as John Foxx, Magazine and Claudia Brucken, I have been making up for lost time. Part-Primitiv is a very strong album, at once SXXV but also showing a harder, more urgent side than they had shown in the past. It's a CD of contrasts. Winterland I is an instrumental opener (albeit with harmonica!!), reminiscent of 3rd album From The Hip perhaps, whereas second track Cant Let Go could have come from one of their early singles if those early Factory recordings had been afforded the production values of A Certain Ratio's Sextet instead of the rather murky sound that SXXV explored in those days. Poppy Fields is all skittering synths, growling synth bass and the chattering sequencers used to such great effect on From The Hip and driven by great drumming from Vin Cassidy, with the poignant repeated lyric "I really miss my baby" from brother Larry Cassidy. The late Jenny Cassidy, who died in 2004 and to whom PP is dedicated, contributes vocals to two tracks, with the taut Better Make your Mind Up sounding like Young Marble Giants fused with Wire. But the emphasis is definitely on harder guitar-driven punk here - checkout Cry, Nick and Ludus Cantus for example, something you never really associated with SXXV before. Its Inevitably all tinged with sadness of course, as they were clearly on top form here in this 2007 release, but sadly founder Larry died last year. Still, his and Jenny's daughter Beth is now a full member of SXXV and I recommend to you their recent Invicta EP. Also check out last years Retrofit CD where the new SXXV magnificently update and retool songs from their back catalogue for the dance floor, including Looking From A Hilltop, Dirty Disco, Wretch and superior versions of Girls Don't Count and Beating Heart . Superb stuff.
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