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Boomkat Product Review:
Back in stock! It really doesn't get any more rave friendly than this. Rex The Dog offers up his debut album of ostentatious analogue electro house for the dancefloor massive, and we can safely say it's a mucking fassive barrel of laughs. Holding nowt back 'Maximise 2008' seemingly chucks everything into the blend to come out glistening with a healthy sheen of raved up sweat, before 'Gecko' momentarily relaxes with a cool '84 style electro mover with ace vocals from Dana Merino. The party must go on though as the Yazoo sampling big room shunter 'Bubblicious' featuring Alison Moyet leads the way into the now classic 'Prototype'. His mix of The Knife's 'Heartbeats' is another undoubted highlight, as are the irresistably naughty flavours of his mix of The Sounds 'Tony the beat', but a personal favourite has to be the Johan Agebjorn-esque synthline excess of 'Italian Skyline', just feel that shit. If you're a fan of this fella you'll be all over this like Moyet on a pile of pies, if not, give it a crack, it may bring out a side of you you didn't know exsited. Maybe.