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Boomkat Product Review:
The architects of Dub and Ambient house music make a longoverdue album, prophesied by a hundred thousand spangled minds back in the early nineties. Lee Scratch Perry verbalises to a set of ridims laid down by Thomas Fehlmann and Dr Alex Paterson in the former's Berlin studio. We shouldn't really need to explain each member's individual contribution to electronic music - just go check your record collection! We can tell you however that this album exceeds expectations (to be honest we weren't feeling the primer mix on Fact), from the rolling fatty 'Man In The Moon' to the skanking discosoul of 'Hold Me Upsetter' and even an update of Perry's (almost) untouchable 'Police & Thieves' and the roiling, rolling percussions of 'Congo', all brimming with pure hi-end studio science.