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Boomkat Product Review:
Tricky appears to have found his muse again with a lean and instinctive new album. Regaining control of his sound, from the studio to the label process, has resulted in a far truer representation of the still enigmatic artist on 'False Idols' - his warning shot to the masses on the perils of living vicariously. Accompanied by a brace of singers newly signed to his False Idols label, he presents 15 stripped down and richly atmospheric arrangements. At best he sounds revitalised, as with the hard-steppin' Bristol styles in 'Passion Of The Christ', with the virile gothic swagger of his HTRK-esque 'Does It', or in his strangely surreal 'Valentine', but at worst he's retreading tired, old trip hop ground with the 'Unfinished Sympathy' vibes of 'Nothing's Changed', but you get the sense that he's aware and comfortable with the fact, and ultimately the good far outweighs the bad here.