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Boomkat Product Review:
Colin Bailey's Drums Of Death project returns to the Hot Chip-related Greco Roman label for an album on which Bailey promises "rave horns and love songs, ranging from blistering acid house to instrumental space hop to piano power ballads and everything in between". More generally conceived as a pop album made in Bailey's own idiosyncratic terms, Generation Hexed is a flamboyant and broad collection that offers classic acid house party sounds on 'Won't Be Long' (expect gratuitous pitched-up vocal edits and early '90s-style piano stabs), the sort of corpulent bassline house racket The Count & Sinden might make (as heard on 'Lonely Days') and even a touch of reflective dancefloor emotion on 'Voodoo Lovers', which benefits from a piano part contributed by Gonzales.