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Boomkat Product Review:
New release from north london's irritant records ('the queen, all other labels are its bitches..' muzik magazine) sees los angeles' captain ahab kicking out some seriously sticky electro-jizz anthems. Opening the ep is the captain's tale of love lost, 'you never ever ever ever', the original full-length version of which was the winner of electronic-scene's best overall track at their annual awards in 2001. Joining the track on side A is the monotone, mathematically sound '2 pi' and the scratchy ballad 'stay with me'. Flip over the record and he's back with another anthem, 'i wanna love you like a robot', which needs no explanation, followed by 'god told me to become an accountant', a john peel favourite that sounds like mc900ftjesus if he hadn't gone jazz, and to finish, the upbeat 'put my funk inside you' which is pure smut and the captain's rendition of irving berlin's 'god bless america'. Check!!