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ARTIST
TITLE
Musick 03
FORMAT
12"

LABEL
CATALOG #
STRIKE 052EP STRIKE 052EP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/7/2004

"Drugbeat are Motor, but with vocals. Motor are Bryan Black and Olivier Grasset. Black is originally from Minneapolis and has worked with Prince. Frenchman Grasset is said to be a world-class drummer. They are also the band Xlovers. They are doing a Throbbing Gristle remix for Mute, a little record on Novamute, and right now they're working on a Marilyn Manson remix with Felix Da Housecat -- a remix of Manson's remix of 'Personal Jesus'. You could add a few more examples of their likely glory, but for Musick, Drugbeat put the blueprint for this industrial, sugar-coated electro basher straight to vinyl. Zurich-based Uese (Urs Jeitsch), the would-be drummer of a hardcore band, is producing electronic music instead -- and he's not the only one. 'Cucuzza' is a longish pumpkin plant. In this case it's fodder for the high-speed rack-railway with side-rods und Samba wagons, for a journey into the grey zone on twisted tracks with juicy tunnel inserts. Holz sands this splinter of saw-tooth techno and gets an A+ in woodwork class. The guys at the back will not get away unpunished -- with at least two lunch-breaks of being locked in the girls' bathroom. President Ido is a promoter from Osaka, 23 years old and a mighty good DJ. The boss says Cutie Kantie is his girlfriend. 'Miss Orange' sounds like a mixture of 8doogymoto and Mouse On Mars, but who knows -- maybe Ido is also the Pres of the Japanese ghetto-tech faction -- and naturally they cook up their very own rice'n'shit variation."