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|1. Plug Me In|
|2. Smash Unreason|
|3. Into The Blue|
|4. Frisco Wave|
|6. Abstract Lover|
|7. Endless Night|
|8. Cryptic Motion|
|9. Maximum Planck|
This is great stuff and if you have any kind of ear you will love this.
Most importantly, Jenkinson just keeps doing what he does, keeping us on our toes, and always challenging himself along with his listeners.
This is the type of album that works as a cohesive piece, yet each track stands proudly alone.
Very good LP if you like daft punk you will like this album. Alot different then the other squarepusher albums.Published 3 months ago by Kevin
This is a really solid album. I love that Squarepusher is constantly going in different directions, not just doing the same old drum'n'bass. He is a genius.Published 10 months ago by Dynamic_Balance
It's true, this album is hopelessly addictive. I've been a huge fan of Tom Jenkinson's work for, jeez, the last 15 years now. Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by devon rumrill
Expecting a comfortable and polished pop album, void of sonic exploration, would be a mistaken approach to this album. It's strength comes from it's unique harmonic structure. Read morePublished on September 11, 2012 by pharwoody
This isn't a Squarepusher album. It is a side project he is basically the head guy of. It sounds nothing like his Squarepusher stuff. "Shobaleader One" is the name of the "group". Read morePublished on May 23, 2011 by Lunatic Core
This is the best album of 2010 hands down. Squarepusher has pushed boundaries in more genres than any single musician since Zappa. He is fearless, and this album is dope.Published on February 20, 2011 by bakamonster
Tom Jenkinson has produced another wonderful piece of music. He seems amazingly prolific and for this I'm eternally grateful. Read morePublished on January 24, 2011 by P. o'reilly
When I first listened to this album I wasn't quite sure what to think. It doesn't exactly sound like what Squarepusher has done before. Read morePublished on December 9, 2010 by Tony Wisneske