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Boomkat Product Review:
Detroit prodigy Jimmy Edgar returns with a far superior release to last year's quite disappointing "Access Rhythm" EP, moving away from his Prefuse-induced hip hop stutters and returning, thankfully, to a more metallic sound that owes more to the dub/techno chimes of Basic Channel and the microscopic tones of Cologne then to any obvious Warp counterparts. The opening track "I Want to be your STD" is particularly satisfying, marrying a neon dub stutter with a funny dry rap narrative, adequately cut up and low-end heavy, good sh*t. "LBLB Detroit" fuses the same dub styles to a smooth, downtempo g-funk slink, like Thriller-era Quincy Jones co-produced by the Neptunes, Jay Dee and SND...Nice. Last two tracks "Sheer, Make, Serve" and "Inner Citee Color Reprise", however, should have stayed on the cutting room floor, a weak, pointless ending to what would have been a perfectly good single-vinyl issue, even if beat-mangled standout track "Uniform" is cut onto both discs for extra blend possibilities. Check.