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Boomkat Product Review:
Emerging from a year long gestation period at Junkyard Audio Salvage, the second album (God's Money) from Gang Gang Dance sees the band taking their familiar concoction of electronics, synths, guitars and assorted studio detrius, then blending them to the Colonols very own recipe. Opening with a nicotine stained Delta Blues riff, first song 'Nomad For Love' lays out the bands wares with a thumping rhythm and all manner of abstract vocals. Avant at heart, it is nonetheless an eminently listenable opening salvo that soon melts away into The Go! Team-esque rainbow blur of 'Ego War', wherein clotted rhythms and ear-piercing bollywood strings are wound around a startling vocal performance. Providing a bit of respite, the hushed tones of 'Before My Voice Fails' see some Kate Bush giddiness grafted onto gently swelling production that manages to incorporate some panpipes without evoking the demon spirit of Enigma! All in all 'God's Money' is like a less avant Asa Chang and Junray, but is no less vital because of it. Closing with the beatific 'Glory In Itself' (which, incidentally, is covered in Squarepusher's Iambic Five Poetry' fingerprints) Gang Gang Dance have conjured a thoroughly cohesive whole from a years worth of studio time. An aural narghile.