“There’s the sample-based title track, which, in the words of the record’s compiler, “had a familiar sound of early 80s hip hop beats” and made him think of ”’Planet Rock’ on dust”. Then there’s “I, The Mad” – which features Ian Curtis-alike vocalist BWolf and which casts a cold Gregorian chant as the throb of tape delay waxes and wanes like a gothic moon.”

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