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Boomkat Product Review:
With a series of monstrous single releases under their belts James Ford and Jas Shaw limber up to deliver one almighty party album in the shape of Attack Decay Sustain Release. It's pretty darn relentless. 'Sleep Deprivation' functions as a kind of manifesto, plunging you straight into the duo's world of buzzsaw synths, over-compressed beats and unashamed melodicism. Simian Mobile Disco are clearly one of those outfits who bear the influence of Daft Punk upon them, such is their ability to make club music sound utterly mainstream-compatible without ever having to compromise. 'I Got This Down' is a nifty piece of revamped '80s electro, warming you up nicely for 'It's The Beat', which still sounds for all the world like Technotronic's 'Pump Up The Jam'. Another previous single, 'Hustler' shows up next, albeit as a reworked vocal version. The tempo creeps up a little further for the modernised warehouse thumper 'Tits & Acid', which manages to incorporate a siren-fuelled breakdown without sounding corny.