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Boomkat Product Review:
*2011 Edition - now reissued on Gusstaff* Some vintage Tarwater sounds here: Animals, Suns & Atoms first surfaced at the turn of the century. After finding themselves on the receiving end of some generous praise for their debut album "Silur", the band returned with a similarly confident set of electronic pop songs, this time squeezed into a heavier, more densely packed sound. After the vocoder introduction of 'K.R.?L.E.G.' the pulsing loops of 'All Of The Ants Left Paris' kicks in with a cheery swagger. Next up, 'Noon' breaks into a hip hop-flavoured strut, with Ronald Lippok's none-more teutonic delivery taking centre stage with some typically left-of-centre lyrics. The middle section of the album perks up nicely with 'At Low Frequency and the instrumental 'Song Of The Moth', only to enter the dubbed-out, pitched-up wackiness of 'Early Risers'. The best is very possibly saved until last however, with the wonky Boards Of Canada-style synthplay of 'Seven Days To Fake Perfect Skin'.