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Twist And Shout

Double vinyl LP pressing. Nicolas Jaar relinquishes some five years of dancefloor output on 2012 - 2017 as A.A.L. (Against All Logic) on his Other People label. Charting a return to the styles of his early releases on Wolf + Lamb, a blend of chugging slow disco and soul with ruggeder electronics and disco-house filter trickery, the set gives up 11 'floor heaters with highlights to be found in the dembow-driven disco jag Cityfade, on the bruised, Muslimgauze-gone-electro disco bumps of Flash in the Pan, and the unusually uptempo filtered disco loops of Some Kind of Game.
Double vinyl LP pressing. Nicolas Jaar relinquishes some five years of dancefloor output on 2012 - 2017 as A.A.L. (Against All Logic) on his Other People label. Charting a return to the styles of his early releases on Wolf + Lamb, a blend of chugging slow disco and soul with ruggeder electronics and disco-house filter trickery, the set gives up 11 'floor heaters with highlights to be found in the dembow-driven disco jag Cityfade, on the bruised, Muslimgauze-gone-electro disco bumps of Flash in the Pan, and the unusually uptempo filtered disco loops of Some Kind of Game.
4260544823947

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: OPEP
Rel. Date: 05/18/2018
UPC: 4260544823947

2012-2017
Artist: Against All Logic
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $36.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. This Old House Is All I Have
2. I Never Dream
3. Some Kind of Game
4. Hopeless
5. Know You
6. Such a Bad Way
7. Cityfade
8. Now U Got Me Hooked
9. Flash in the Pan 1
10. You Are Going to Love Me and Scream 1
11. Rave on U

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Double vinyl LP pressing. Nicolas Jaar relinquishes some five years of dancefloor output on 2012 - 2017 as A.A.L. (Against All Logic) on his Other People label. Charting a return to the styles of his early releases on Wolf + Lamb, a blend of chugging slow disco and soul with ruggeder electronics and disco-house filter trickery, the set gives up 11 'floor heaters with highlights to be found in the dembow-driven disco jag Cityfade, on the bruised, Muslimgauze-gone-electro disco bumps of Flash in the Pan, and the unusually uptempo filtered disco loops of Some Kind of Game.
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