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Boomkat Product Review:
Telephone Jim Jesus is the third member of the Restiform Bodies to get an official Anticon release after Passage and The Bomarr Monk (ltd 7" only for the USA). As it is on Anticon you know it'll be no straight up instrumental beats album. With a lush but restrained emotional resonance it's a lot less sample based than the albums from Odd Nosdam. In fact tracks like 'Bathroom Mirror' could be Clouddead instrumentals as could many tracks on here. Several of the sixteen tracks on offer have stealth guest vocals from Passage and The Pedestrian who's own 'Unindian Songs' album is one to watch for early 2005 (his dope and politically heavy 'Toss & Turn' 12" drops this time next week also for Anticon). After an unsteady start to the year Anticon is beginning to rule the weird hop roost again, the Themselves/Notwist album for 2005 is definitely one to note down on your calendar. Highly recommended.