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Boomkat Product Review:
'Color Strip' seems to be adhering to a new trend at Warp (see also Battles' EP) to close a release with a shit-load of 5-second pieces (76 in this case...) that make up (in this case...) a sizeable buffer for the hidden track. Still with us? Detroit resident and wannabe underwear magnet, Jimmy Edgar continues his clean break with Prefuse-style shenanigans for this LP of metal-coated funked-up techno/dub - including previous EP additions 'I Wanna Be Your STD' and LBLBDetroit'. At his best when he indulges in smooth beats and silky production, the aforementioned 'I Wanna Be Your STD' grafts a Dragnet-style rap atop skittering dub ballast, whilst 'LBLBDetroit' opts for some spotless tech/dub that's spent too long polishing its g-funk back catalogue. Elsewhere, 'Hold It, Attach It' sounds like Paul Hardcastle for the Basic Channel-generation, 'Of The Silent Variety' is all neon-beats and squelchy-Jacques Le Cont-backdrops, whilst 'Color Strip Warren' slows it down for the obligatory star-gazer. Colour me bad!