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Other People's Problems

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Pacemaker
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Electrician
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Edward the Confessor
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2 Years
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Wood and Plastic
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Governing Correctly
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Interference
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Ghost Note
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Oxides
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Jostle
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The Commission
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 41:35

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Ian Cohen caused a minor uproar after panning the first Presidents of the United States of America LP in his high school newspaper, and not much has changed sin...more »

04.03.12
A joyful rummage through the past 20 years of British electronic music
2012 | Label: FatCat Records / The Orchard

“Why are they trying to salvage what we’ll be leaving by the side of the road?” Breton vocalist Roman Rappak sings on “Electrician,” somewhat ironically. Formerly an art collective producing live soundtracks to their own films, the London group fittingly turn Other People’s Problems into a joyful rummage through the past 20 years of British electronic music: hip-hop, grime, U.K. bass and, of course, dubstep are integrated into this mongrel of a record, which… read more »

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