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Typhoon Retro Limo Black Spoon Rest
Typhoon Retro Limo Black Spoon Rest

5.0 out of 5 stars Spoon rest, 10 Sept. 2009
Very good, does what it says, and good that you can easily remove the metal dish to make washing it easier


Dig Your Own Hole
Dig Your Own Hole
Offered by positivenoise
Price: £3.75

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't Stop The Rock and It Doesn't Matter ARE CLASS., 29 Sept. 2001
This review is from: Dig Your Own Hole (Audio CD)
Dig Your Own Hole is not merely another EPD. An important album that should be recognised for bridging the gap between Rock and Techno. Block Rockin' Beats and Setting Sun are the most recognised of these tunes, as they feature twisted guitar riffs and drum loops to give something that many of us never thought could exist; Techno and Rock together. However, Tom and Ed don't forget how to make pure, unrefined Electronic music, either, with tracks like Get Up On It Like This, and the trippy Lost In The K-Hole (K standing for Ketamine, you get the picture.) It's a much rawer sound than EPD's, and as such is quite a handful. However, Tom and Ed's highlight is left to the end. The Private Psychedelic Reel. The name alone is enough to realise that this is a mammoth track, which is nothing short of genius. Never have I heard a song a awesome as this. Futuristic sounds and whizzing noises lead to the climactic end, with an awesome electronically enhanced clarinet solo. The track is brilliant throughout. Too difficult to describe it anymore, the best thing to do is listen to it yourself.
It places above the commercial misery that is Surrender, but isn't quite as good as EPD on the whole.
Oh, and Don't Stop The Rock and It Doesn't Matter are class.
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