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Boomkat Product Review:
Morgan Geist joins the dancefloor again with his second album since 1997 'The Driving Memoirs', making the genius move of collaborating with Jeremy Greenspan of Junior Boys for some stunning vocal contributions. 'Detroit' opens the set with a heartfelt homage to the Motor City, all spanking electro-sex beats and vibing midnight synthlines, before moving onto the first track featuring Junior Boy Greenspan on 'The Shore'. It's a triumphant combination, as Greenspan gives his finest breathy delivery over a rolling electro disco backing with purest Drexciyan melodics, for one of the finest JBs track since the Last Exit album. Greenspan appears again on 'Most of all' featuring some beautifully simple and elegant disco developments from Geist with Greenspan splitting off on Vocoder duties, making for a marriage made in slick disco heaven, but the finest product of the paring would have to be the gloopy soul of 'City of Smoke and Flame' with Geist's slow burnt arpeggios and dripping bassline spooning Greenspan's vocal like Tom Cruise with that blond lass in Risky Business, proper sensual like. This is the sound of Geist owning up to his own guilty pleasures, and it's a beautiful piece of work any fans of Junior Boys or Geist in any of his guises would be a sucker not to check. Essential Purchase.