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Sleep Deprivation
4:59  
02
I Got This Down
4:09  
03
It's The Beat
3:22  
04
Hustler
3:43  
05
Tits & Acid
4:04  
06
I Believe
3:19  
07
Hotdog
3:16  
08
Wooden
3:50  
09
Love
3:03  
10
Scott
3:13  
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 36:58

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04.22.11
An intense electro romp that owes as much to Technotronic as it does to Delia Derbyshire.
2012 | Label: Wichita Recordings / PIAS Digital

Created by Klaxons producer James Ford and James Shaw, his former band mate in defunct UK indie-rock group Simian, Attack Decay Sustain Release, their debut album as Simian Mobile Disco, is an intense electro romp that owes as much to Technotronic as it does Delia Derbyshire. But while the dance music press have somewhat predictably tarred them with the pink neon paintbrush of nu rave, this album is far from an image-obsessed angular odyssey.… read more »

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